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BY RAPHAEL 



THE METROPOLITAN MUSEUM 

OF ART 



CATALOGUE OF 
PAINTINGS 

BY 

BRYSON BURROUGHS 

CURATOR 
DEPARTMENT OF PAINTINGS 



FIFTH 
EDITION 



NEW YORK 
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FIRST EDITION, COPYRIGHT, FEBRUARY, I9I4 

SECOND EDITION, COPYRIGHT, FEBRUARY, I916 

THIRD EDITION, COPYRIGHT, JUNE, I917 

FOURTH EDITION, COPYRIGHT, MARCH, I919 

FIFTH EDITION, COPYRIGHT, JUNE, I92O 

BY 
THE METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART 



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PREFACE 

AN alphabetical arrangement by the names of artists, or by 
schools where the artists are unknown, is followed in this 
book. In the attempt to solve the problem of number- 
^ ing a rapidly growing collection of paintings, the experi- 
ment has been made here of adapting the C. A. Cutter system, 
long in use in libraries. To use the catalogue it is not necessary to 
be familiar with the system of numbering, but for those who may 
be interested an explanation follows. It consists of a combination 
of letters and numbers, composed of the initial letter of the 
author's name followed by numbers that represent the succeeding 
letters of the same, so that additional entries can be inserted without 
disturbing the sequence of the letters or the numerals. By this 
system the number, instead of being an arbitrary tag affixed to the 
picture, has a logical connection with it and its place in the catalogue, 
and the usual finding list is done away with. The plan has the 
advantage of being thoroughly logical and flexible, and the com- 
pilers of this catalogue believe that it will be considered an improve- 
ment over the prevailing methods, at least for the purpose of this 
collection. 

The C. A. Cutter Two-Figure Author Table, which has been 
used in numbering this collection, calls for one letter for names be- 
ginning with a consonant (except S) and two for names beginning 
with vowels orS. Thus Abi is Abbey and R28 is Rembrandt. 
When it is necessary to make a close classification an additional 
number is used. Thus M61 is Millais, J. E.; M61 1 Miller, C. H.; 
M612 Miller, R. E.; M613 Millet, F. D.; M614 Millet, J. F. The 
number after the dash indicates the order of acquisition of works by 
an artist. Thus R28-1 is the first painting by Rembrandt acquired 
by the Museum; R28-2 is the second; and so on. Works lent begin 
with 5 1 after the dash. Thus, following the nine paintings by Stuart 
owned by the Museum come the Stuarts lent, which begin with 
St9-5i. To indicate that a picture is the work of an unknown 
artist of a certain school, a capital S is added. Thus R28S is School 



PREFACE 

of Rembrandt; Am3S is American School; the Italian School has 
been further subdivided to indicate particular sections of Italy; 
thus It5S is Italian School and It5S-F2 is Florentine, second picture 
acquired. 

The gallery number, given immediately below the number of the 
picture, shows its location at the time of the publication of the 
catalogue. When no gallery number is given, it indicates that the 
painting is not on exhibition. 

The information about each picture is arranged in three para- 
graphs: 

1. Biographical note of the artist. 

2. Title; biographical note if a portrait, or historical note if an 
event is depicted; description. The words right and left, when not 
otherwise stated, refer to the right and left of the spectator. 
Doubtful attributions and changes in attributions are noted; in the 
case of works lent to the Museum, the owner's attribution has 
generally been retained. 

3. Height and width of the picture, without frame, given in 
inches; material on which it is painted; when not painted in oil, then 
the medium, such as water color or pastel; the signature in capitals 
or capitals and small capitals if the artist has written it thus, 
otherwise in capitals and small letters; reference to the monthly 
Bulletin of the Metropolitan Museum of Art if the picture has 
been described or illustrated therein; the fund through which it 
was purchased or the name of the donor if it is a gift or a bequest; 
year of acquisition. 



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TABLE OF CONTENTS 



Preface . 

Table of Contents . 

List of Illustrations 

Introduction . 

Catalogue 

Appendix 

A. Artists Represented, Arranged by Schools 

B. A List of Portraits Arranged by Subjects 

C. Classification by Galleries 



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VII 



LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS 



FACING 
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Virgin and Child Enthroned with Saints, by Raphael Title 

Joan of Arc, by Jules Bastien-Lepage 12 

Three Miracles of Saint Zenobius, by Botticelli ... 13 

Meditation on the Passion, by Vittore Carpaccio ... 20 

The Aegean Sea, by Frederic E. Church 21 

The Sleep of Diana, by Jean Baptiste Camille Corot . . 52 

Pi eta, by Carlo Crivelli 53 

The Abduction of Rebecca, by Eugene Delacroix ... 76 

Paradise, by Giovanni di Paolo 77 

Portrait of a Woman, by Frans Hals .......114 

The Merry Company, by Frans Hals 115 

Margaret Wyatt, Lady Lee, by Hans Holbein .... 126 

Northeaster, by Winslow Homer 127 

Peace and Plenty, by George Inness ....... 136 

Boy with a Sword, by Edouard Manet 137 

Harp of the Winds; a View on the Seine, by Homer D. 

Martin . • 152 

Adoration of the Kings, by Quentin Massys . . . . 153 

Betrothal of Saint Catherine, by Hans Memling . . 196 
Madonna and Child Enthroned with Angels, by Pietro 

di Domenico da Montepulciano 197 

Portrait of a Man, by Rembrandt 220 

OldWoman Cutting Her Nails, by Rembrandt .... 221 

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LIST OF ILLUSTF^TIONS 

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Portrait of the Artist, by Rembrandt 236 

Madame Charpentifr and Her Children, by Pierre 

Auguste Renoir 237 

Hon. Henry Fane with His Guardians, Inigo Jones and 

Charles Blair, by Sir Joshua Reynolds 244 

Wolf and Fox Hunt, by Peter Paul Rubens 245 

Henry G. Marquand, by John S. Sargent ..... 2(30 

George Washington (Gibbs-Channing-Avery Portrait), 

by Gilbert Stuart 261 

Saltash, by Joseph Mallord William Turner 284 

James Stuart, Duke of Lennox, by Anthony Van Dyck . 285 

Philip IV of Spain, by Velazquez 302 

Young Woman with a Water Jug, by Johannes Vermeer . 303 

Mars and Venus United by Love, by Paolo Veronese . . 306 

Arrangement in Flesh Color and Black; Theodore 

Duret, by James A. McNeill Whistler 307 

Floor Plan 362 



INTRODUCTION 

THE beginning of the Museum's collection of pictures 
dates from 1871 when 174 paintings of the seventeenth 
and eighteenth centuries became its property. These 
were bought the year previous in Europe by Wilh'am 
r. Blodgett, a Trustee of the Museum, who held them until the 
Museum was able to make the purchase. One hundred of the 
number belonged to the Comte Cornit de Ways Ruart de Vanech 
and were acquired in Brussels through Etienne Le Roy, the official 
expert of the Royal Museum of Belgium; fifteen others were ac- 
quired through M. Le Roy; and the remaining fifty-nine were pur- 
chased in Paris. Many excellent pictures were included in these 
collections: The Old Fiddler by van Ostade, Dutch Kermesse by 
Jan Steen, Drawing the Eel by S. Ruysdael, Hille Babbe by Frans 
Hals, three works by Tiepolo, and two by Guardi, to name only a 
few. A building at 681 Fifth Avenue was prepared for the exhibi- 
tion of this collection, and, as stated in the first catalogue, published 
in 1872, the results led the Trustees to believe that their institution 
was permanently established upon a sure basis and would "become 
a most important agent in developing a taste and knowledge of art 
in this communitx'." 

The second great accretion of pictures, and the most important 
event in the history of the Department of Paintings, occurred in 
1888 when Henry G. Marquand gave 53 pictures which placed 
the collection immediately in a position of considerable prominence. 
The Van Dycks, the three Hals, the Rembrandts, the Vermeer, 
the strange and beautiful work ascribed to Lucas van Leyden, 
the double portrait of the early Florentine school, the variant of 
Van Eyck's Madonna of the Fountain, Saltash by Turner, these 
and the others of the donation fix the Marquand gift among the 
most notable benefactions ever made to public collections. The 
effect of the gift on the growth of the Museum and on the 
development of culture in America has been incalculable. In com- 
memoration of Mr. Marquand's services and munificence, Gal- 

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lery ii at the head of the great staircase was set apart in 191 1 
for the exhibition of distinguished paintings of any school, and was 
called by his name. Several of the pictures included in his gift 
are shown in the Marquand Gallery, but the quality of the works 
he gave, whether exhibited here or distributed in the other rooms, 
is the real reminder of his connoisseurship and generosity. 

Other gifts were received. Cornelius Vanderbilt gave the fresco 
of Saint Christopher by Pollaiuolo in 1880; Junius S. Morgan, the 
large portraits of the Hon. Henry Fane and His Guardians by 
Reynolds in 1887; and in the same year the Catharine Lorillard 
Wolfe Bequest, consisting of a collection of 148 modern paintings 
and a fund for its maintenance and increase, became the property of 
the Museum. Her collection included pictures of worth and out of 
the Wolfe Fund have been bought many of the best modern pictures 
now shown — Turner's Whale Ship, Delacroix's L'Enlevement de 
Rebecca, Corot's Sleep of Diana, and Renoir's Charpentier Family 
among the number. 

Some pictures given in these early days were works in general 
favor at the moment, the popularity of which has not survived. 
Many of these are no longer on exhibition. They have performed 
their task in our genesis, however, giving pleasure to many for a 
number of years. Certain others, on the contrary, now numbered 
among the most precious, were not considered so highly at the 
time they were given. In this category are the two Hunting 
Scenes by Piero di Cosimo from Robert Gordon in 1875 and the 
Boy with a Sword and the Girl with a Parrot, both by Manet, which 
Erwin Davis (also the donor of the Jeanne d'Arc by Bastien Lepage) 
had the boldness and foresight to give as early as 1889. 

The year 1893 marks the first participation of George A. Hearn 
in the growth of the collection. Thirteen years later he carried 
out the plan of a fund for the purchase of contemporary American 
paintings, increased since by the Arthur Hoppock Hearn Fund 
given by Mr. Hearn in memory of his son for the same purpose. 
With the advice and help of the donor, until his death in 19 13, 
the income from these funds has already yielded 55 works, to which 
many more have been added by gift from Mr. Hearn. The collec- 
tion of American art of to-day from this and other sources is the 
most complete branch of the collection and gives a wide representa- 
tion of what is being done in our own country. 

In 191 3 the important bequest from Benjamin Altman was re- 
ceived. The collection, remarkable for the wide range of interest 
it embraces and the prominence of its contents, includes fifty-one 
pictures. Among these are Dutch paintings of the seventeenth 
century, thirteen by Rembrandt among them, as well as examples 
by Vermeer, Hals, and others; a very remarkable group of primi- 

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tives, Memling, Botticelli, Mantegna, Antonello da Messina, Hol- 
bein being among the artists represented; and works by Velazquez, 
Gi(?rgione, Titian, and Van Dyck. The collection according to the 
terms of the bequest must be exhibited as a whole; it has been tem- 
porarily installed in the five rooms to the right of the Marquand 
Gallery. 

At all stages in the history of the collection valuable aid has 
been given by those who have lent pictures, notably J. Pierpont 
Morgan and George W. Vanderbilt. In 1902 the William H. 
Vanderbilt Collection, notable for the important examples of the Bar- 
bizon School that it contains, was lent by George W. Vanderbilt, 
and was exhibited from that time until 1920, when it was removed. 
Mr. Morgan, besides his gifts of Columbus by Sebastiano del 
Piombo, The Assumption of the Virgin by Benvenuto di Giovanni, 
The Argonauts by Pesellino, and many more, helped continually 
by lending works from his collection. With but few exceptions' 
the pictures that he acquired after 1906 were shown in the Museum 
and many of them have never left its walls since their purchase by 
him. In 1916, his son, J. Pierpont Morgan, presented to the 
Museum the Virgin and Child Enthroned with Saints by Raphael, 
the so-called Colonna Madonna, which had been on exhibition in 
the Museum since his father lent it in 1912. In the following year 
the Museum received as gifts from Mr. Morgan all the pictures lent 
from his father's collection which were at that time in the Museum. 
This munificent gift consisted of works of various schools and in- 
cluded such masterpieces as the Visit to the Nursery by Metsu and 
the great Roger van der Weyden. 

By the will of Hugo Reisinger the Museum received in 19 14 a 
fund for the purchase of modern German art. In 191 5 Maria de 
Witt Jesup bequeathed seventy-one pictures from the collection of 
her husband, Morris K. Jesup, and a fund for the maintenance and 
increase of the collection. 

The regular buying of paintings began in 1905, after the receipt 
of the Rogers Fund, the first of the great bequests and gifts of 
money by which the Museum has been enriched. The Nativity 
by EI Greco was the first painting bought out of this fund, which 
for four or five years was the single great source available for pur- 
chases without restrictions as regards schools. With the Hewitt 
Fund, 1908, and the Kennedy Fund, 19 10, the possibilities were 
largely increased, the latter in particular being utilized conspicu- 
ously for the benefit of the painting collection. Many of the 
important purchases of the last seven years — Wolf and Fox Hunt 
by Rubens, Mars and Venus by Veronese, Three Miracles of Saint 
Zenobius by Botticelli, Meditation on the Passion by Carpaccio, 
Four Saints by Correggio, and others — are due to the Kennedy 

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Fund. The purchases out of the Leland gift, 191 2, are the Mouth 
of the Scheldt by Van de Cappelle and the Miracle of the Loaves 
and Fishes by Tintoretto. ^ 

While these funds are most frequently drawn upon for the pur- 
chase of paintings, the following are all available: Marquand Fund, 
1894; Dodge Fund, 1899; Curtis Fund, 1901; Amelia B. Lazarus 
Fund, 1906; Avery Memorial Fund, 1907; Smith Fund, 191 1; and 
Egleston Fund, 1912. Of these the Smith Fund is absolutely un- 
restricted, the others must be used to purchase works of art, and 
the Curtis Fund, by the terms of the gift, must be used to purchase 
paintings by old masters and those of the early English school. 
The Marquand gift is employed to increase the Marquand collection 
of old masters. 

Bryson Burroughs 
Curator of Paintings 



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CATALOGUE 

OF 
PAINTINGS 



CATALOGUE OF PAINTINGS 



A 

ABBEY, Edwin A. American; born 1852 at Philadelphia; died 
191 1 at London, England, where he had lived during the 
latter part of his life. Studied at the Pennsylvania 
Academy of the Fine Arts in Philadelphia, then entered 
the art department of Harper and Brothers in New York 
City. Illustrator and mural decorator. 

Abi-i KING LEAR. (From Shakespeare's play of King Lear, 
Gallery act i, scene i.) In the center stands Cordelia, dressed in 
13 pale yellow, who extends her hand to the King of France 

who bends down to kiss it; the Princess turns to address 
her two older sisters, Goneril and Regan, who stand at the 
left, the one wearing a black cloak lined with red and 
the other a rich red robe. At the right, the aged King, 
in a white robe, is being led away by his attendants 
and is followed by his hound. The costumes are adapted 
from twelfth century styles. 

H. 54j in. W. 127! in. Canvas. Signed: E. A. Abbey, 
1898. Bulletin, 1913, p. 146, ill. 
Gift of George A. Hearn, 1913. 

Abi-:; THE DIRGE OF THE THREE QUEENS. (From 
The Two Noble Kinsmen, perhaps by John Fletcher, 
act I, scene 5.) A funeral procession with three coffms 
and mourners seen passing over a hilltop against the 
sunset sky. 

H.29in. W. 45iin. Pastel. Signed: E. A. Abbey 1895. 
Gift of Mrs. Edwin A. Abbey, 19 18. 

ACHENBACH, Andreas. German (Diisseldorf); born 181 5 at 
Kassel; died 19 10 at Diisseldorf. Pupil of Diisseldorf 
Academy under Schirmer and Schadow. Landscapes. 



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ACHENBACH -ALEXANDER 

Ac4'i( SUNSET AFTER A STORM; COAST OF SICILY. 

Gallery At the left is the sea; in the foreground are wreckage 

1 8 and men in a life-boat; at the right, behind a cliff, the 

sun is setting. 

H. 32I in. W. 42I in. Canvas. Signed: A. Achen- 

bach 1853. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

ACHENBACH, Oswald. German (Diisseldorf); born 1827 at 
Dtisseldorf; died there 1905. Pupil of his brother, 
Andreas Achenbach. Landscapes. 

AC41-1 NEAR NAPLES; MOONRISE. A roadway with 
Gallery peasants grouped about a stone fountain. 

18 H.39|in. W. 561 in. Canvas. Signed: Osw. Achenbach. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

AEKEN, HiERONYMus VAN. See Bosch, Hieronvmus. 



AI2-1 
Gallery 
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ALEXANDER, John W. American; born 1856 at Allegheny, Pa.; 
died, 191 5, in New York City. Studied in jMunich, Paris, 
and Florence. President National Academy of Design 
from 1909. Portraits and mural decorations. 

WALT WHITMAN. (1819-1892; American poet.) 
Life-size, seated figure, seen to below the knees; he has 
long silvery white hair and beard; brownish background. 
H. 5oin. W.4oin. Canvas. Signed : J. W. AIexander-89. 
Gift of Mrs. Jeremiah Milbank, 1891. 

STUDY IN BLACK AND GREEN. Life-size, seated 

figure of a )oung woman, seen to below the knees; 

she is fastening a red flower on her low-necked, black 

and green striped gown ; a curtained window forms the 

background. 

H. 50 in. W. 40 in. Canvas. Signed: J. W. .Alexander. 

Purchase, Hearn Fund, 1908. 

AI2-3 THE RING. Life-size figure of a young woman, 

Gallery seen to below the knees; she is seated on a couch with 

13 her back to a window and looks at a ring held in her 

right hand; she wears a greenish dress; a straw hat with 

pink roses lies on her lap. 

H. 48! in. W. 36! in. Canvas. Signed: John \V. 

Alexander 191 1. Bulletin, 1912, p. 135, ill. 

Gift of Mrs. Herbert S. Grcims, in memory of Arthur 

Hoppock Hearn, 191 2. 



ALLEGRI— AMERICAN SCHOOL 
ALLEGRI, Antonio. See Correggio. 

ALLSTON, Washington. American; born 1779 at Waccamaw, 
S. C; died 1843 ^t Cambridgeport, Mass. Pupil of 
Benjamin W?st in London; studied also in Paris and 
Rome. Legendar}' and historical subjects. 

AI51-1 a\ SPANISH GIRL. Full-length figurcof a young woman 
Gallery in a brownish-red bodice, seated on a grassy knoll 
16 in the foreground; ruins and mountains form the back- 

ground. 

H. 30 in. W. 25 in. Canvas. 
Gift of Lyman G. Bloomingdalc, 1901. 

AI51-2 THE DELUGE. Wreckage and dead bodies are on 
Gallery the beach in the foreground; stormy surf beyond; heavy 
16 rain clouds. 

H. 48 in. W. 654 in. Canvas. Bulletin, 1909, p. 89. 

Gift of William M. Chase, 1909. 

AMERICAN SCHOOL. 

Am3S-i MISS FOOTE. (1797?- 1867; an actress who in 1831 
married Charles Stanhope, fourth Earl of . Harrington.) 
Life-size, seated figure, seen almost to the knees; she 
wears a low-necked white dress of the style of the early 
nineteenth century. Has been attributed to Lawrence. 
H. 30 in. W. 25 in. Canvas. 
Bequest of Margaretta Jones, 1907. 

Am3S-2 COLONEL MARINUS WILLETT. (1740-1830; of- 
Gallery ficerof New York Militia, 1775-78; Sheriff of New York, 
12 1784-92; Mayor of New York, 1807-8; President of the 

Electoral College, 1824.) Full-length, life-size portrait; 
painted 1790- 1800. He stands with the right arm ex- 
tended; landscape background. He wears the Continen- 
tal uniform — a dark blue coat, white waistcoat and 
breeches, black cocked hat. The sword presented by 
Congress is at his side, and on the left lapel of his coat 
is the Order of the Cincinnati consisting of a bald eagle 
suspended from a blue ribbon with white border, symbol- 
izing the union of France and America. 
H. 91I in. W. 56 in. Canvas. 
Bequest of George Willett van Nest, 191 7. 

Am3S-3 CHRISTOPHER COLLES. ( 1 738-1 82 1 ; American en- 
gineer; projector of the first waterworks system for New 

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AMERICAN SCHOOL— ANGELICO 

York.) Early nineteenth-century work. 

H. 30I in. W; 25I in. Canvas. 

Gift of Dr. Christopher J. Colles, 191 7. 

AMES, Ezra. American; born 1768, died -1836. Portrait painter 
in Albany, New York. 

Am3i-5i CATHERINE VAN SCHAICK. (1751-1830; wife of 
Wing H General Peter Gansevoort.) Seated figure seen to the 
Base- waist; she wears a white ruffled cap, and a black nel 
ment scarf; her hands are folded in her lap. 

H. 29! in. W. 23! in. Canvas. 

Lent by Roland N. Moore in memory of Mrs. Abraham 

Lansing of Albany, 19 19. 

AMES, Joseph. American; born 1816 at Roxbury, N. H.; died 
1872 at New York City. 

Am32-i JAMES TOPHAM BRADY. (181 5-1869; a member 
of the New York bar.) Life-size bust in an oval; he 
has brown, curly hair, moustache, and goatee. 
H. 30 in. \V. 25 in. Canvas. Signed: J. Ames. 1869. 
Bulletin, 1910, p. 175, ill. 
Gift of Francis Lynde Stetson, 19 10. 

ANGELICO, Fra Giovanni; real name Guido (or Guidolino) di 
Pietro da Mugello; called also Giovanni da Fiesole, Beato 
Angelico, and II Beato. Italian (Florentine); born 1387 
at Vecchio in the province of Mugello; died 1455 near 
Rome. Entered the convent of San Domenico at Fiesole 
near Florence, and about 1436 went to the monastery of 
San Marco in Florence. Painted frescoes, altarpieces, 
and devotional pictures. 

An4-i THE CRUCIFIXION. In the center Christ is on the. 

Gallery cross, at the base of which kneels Mary Magdalen between 

37 St. Dominic at the left and St. Thomas Aquinas at the 

right; beyond at the left stand the Virgin, a bishop (St. 

Augustine ?), and a female saint (St. Monica ?); at the 

right are St. John the Evangelist, St. Francis, and St. 

Elizabeth of Hungary. A palm tree is at each side of 

the cross. 

H. i5|in. W. 2ifin. Tempera. Transferred from wood 

to canvas. 

Bequest of Benjamin Altman, 1913. 

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ANTONELLO DA MESSINA — ASCH 

ANTONELLO DA MESSINA, real name Antonellodegli Antonii. 
Italian (Venetian); born about 1430 presumably at Mes- 
sina; died 1479. In the early seventies he went to Venice 
and from that time his influence on the artists of that 
city is noticeable, as is also the effect of the Venetian 
painting on his work. He was the first Italian to use 
consistently the method of painting with colors ground 
in oil. 

An8i-i PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG MAN. Life-size head and 

Gallery part of shoulders of a smiling youth of about seventeen, 

37 seen three-quarters toward the left. He has reddish 

hair and wears a dark cap with a band hanging down upon 

the right shoulder. 

• H. lof in. W. 81 in. Wood. 

Bequest of Benjamin Altman, 1913. 

APT, Ulrich, the Elder. German; born at Augsburg, where 
he appears to have been admitted to the painters' 
guild in i486; mentioned for the last time in 1532. 

Ap8-i PORTRAIT OF A MAN AND HIS WIFE. A double 
Gallery portrait with the figures seen to the waist; the man is 
34 at the left and wears a black coat lined with brown fur, 

and a fur cap; the woman has a dark green, low-necked 
gown and a close-fitting white headdress; through a 
window back of the man is a view of a town with a 
winding river and distant mountains. Inscribed with 
their ages: 52 and 35. 

H. 13-1^ in. W. 24I in. Wood. Dated: 15 12. Bul- 
letin, 1912, p. 150, ill. 
Purchase, Rogers Fund, 19 12. 

ARETINO. See Spinello Aretino. 

ASCH, PiETER Jansz. van. Dutch; born 1603 at Delft; died there 
1678. Landscapes. 

As2-i LANDSCAPE WITH WATERFALL. Brown fore- 
ground with a waterfall and a rocky hillside at the left; 
near the center are two tall trees and in the roadway be- 
yond is a group of peasants. 
H. I5|in. W. 13! in. Wood. 
Purchase, 1871. 



B 

BACA-FLOR, Carlos. French-Peruvian; born 1869. Studied 
in Paris; lives in Paris and New York City. 

B12-1 J. PIERPONT MORGAN. (1837-1913; New York 

Wing F financier; elected a Trustee of The Metropolitan Museum 

Gallery of Art in 1888 and its President from 1904 until his death.) 

12 Life-size, standing figure, seen to below the knees; his 

clenched right hand rests on a table beside him and his 

left hand is in his trousers pocket; a red chair shows at 

the right. 

H. 62 in. W. 59 in. Canvas. Bulletin, 1913, p. 64, ill. 

Gift of J. Pierpont Morgan, 1910. 

BAIXERAS-VERDAGUER, Dionisio. Spanish; born 1862 at 
Barcelona; lives there. Pupil of Ecole des Beaux- 
Arts of Barcelona. 

B161-1 BOATMEN AT BARCELONA. Three men seated 
in a rowboat. 

H. 59 in. W. 82! in. Canvas. Signed: D. BAIXE- 
RAS 1886. 
Gift of George I. Seney, 1886. 

BAKER, George A. American; born 1821 at New York; died 
there 1880. Pupil of his father, a miniature painter; 
studied in Europe. 

B17-1 JOHN F. KENSETT. (1818-1872; American landscape 
painter.) Life-size, seen almost to the waist; he has 
brown hair, moustache, and side whiskers. 
H. 27 in. \V. 22 in. Canvas. Signed: G. A. Baker 1875. 
Gift of several gentlemen, 1881. 

BAKKER-KORFF, Alexander Hugo. Dutch; born 1824 at 
The Hague; died 1882 at Leyden, where he had lived 

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BAKKER-KORFF— BAROCCIO 

since 1856. Pupil of The Hague Academy under Cor- 
nelius Kruseman. Genre subjects, often satirical; 
known as the Dutch Meissonier. 

B171-1 BRIC-A-BRAC. An old woman seated near a table 
Gallery in a room filled with objects of art. 

18 H. 7^ in. W. 5f in. Wood. Signed: Bakker-Korff— 68 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

BARBARELLI, Giorgio. See Giorgione. 

BARGUE, Charles. French; born at Paris; died there 1883. 
Pupil of Gerome. Also lithographer. 

B23-1 A FOOTMAN SLEEPING. A man in a dark blue 
livery is seated on a carved settee in a hallway. 
H. I3fin. W. io|in. Wood. Signed: C. BARGVE-71. 
Bequest of Stephen Whitney Phoenix, 1881. 

B23-2 A BASHI BAZOUK. (A volunteer in the Turkish 
Gallery army.) A dark-skinned man is seated in a cave-like 
18 interior, smoking a hooka. 

H. iSy^in. W. 13 in. Canvas. Signed: BARGVE-75. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

BARKER, Thomas; known as Barker of Bath. British (English); 
born 1769 near the village of Pontypool in Monmouth- 
shire; died 1847 ^t Bath. Began as a coach painter; 
then copied works of old Dutch and Flemish masters; later 
^ visited Rome. Landscapes and rural life. 

B24-1 LANDSCAPE. At the left, a herd of asses is being 
driven by a girl; at the right are thick woods and 
a road on which are a wagon and several figures. For- 
merly attributed to Gainsborough. 
H. 56 in. W. 75I in. Canvas. 
Gift of Henry G. Marquand, 1890. 

BAROCCIO, Federigo. Italian (Umbrian); born 1528 (?) at 
Urbino; died there 1612. Pupil of Battista Franco; 
copied works of Titian at Pesaro and of Raphael in 
Rome; decorated parts of the Vatican. 

B261-1 HOLY FAMILY. At the right, on the steps in the 
foreground, stand the young St. John, St. Elizabeth, 
and St. Zacharias; and at the left St. Joseph raises a 
dark blue curtain; in the room beyond, the Madonna 



BAROCCIO—BASTI EN-LEPAGE 

is rocking the cradle in which the Child lies asleep; 
a cat and kittens are on her red dress. 
H. 28| in. W. 24 in. Canvas. Bulletin, 1906, p. 72. 
Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1906. 

BARRET, George, the Younger. British (Irish); born about 
1774; died 1842. Pupil of his father, George Barret, 
of Dublin. Painted chiefly landscapes in water colors. 

B27-51 LANDSCAPE; SUNSET. A lake in the center with 
Gallery trees to right and left; a lady and a gentleman stand 
24 in the foreground. 

H. 7i'\ in. W. io| in. Water color. Signed: G. Barret. 

Lent by George W. Vanderbilt, 1902. 

BARTOLO DI FREDI; also known as Bartolommeo Manfredi. 
Italian (Sienese); born 1330 at Siena; died there 1410. 
Follower of the brothers Lorenzetti. 

B28-1 CRUCIFIXION. Christ is on the cross and winged 
Gallery angels are catching the blood from the wounds in His 
33 hands; the crucified thieves are also shown; soldiers 

and populace are grouped around the base of the cross; 
the fainting Virgin and the Marys are at the left. Attri- 
buted to Bartolo di Fredi by Bernhard Berenson; pre- 
viously attributed to Spinello Aretino. 
H. 2o| in. W. 38! in. Tempera on wood. Bulletin, 1912, 

p. 54, ill- 
Purchase, Rogers Fund, 191 1. 

BASSANO; real name, Jacopo da Ponte. Italian (Venetian); 
born 1 5 10 at Bassano, in the Venetian State; died there 
1592. Pupil of his father, Francesco da Ponte, a fol- 
lower of Bellini; also worked with Bonifazio at Venice. 
His four sons assisted him. 

B29-51 LAZARUS AND THE RICH MAN. A garden with the 

Gallery nude figure of Lazarus reclining on the ground at the left; 

29 a lady and two men are seated at a table and a boy stands 

in the center of the picture with two dogs near him. 

H. 57^ in. W. 87! in. Canvas. 

Lent by Dan Fellows Piatt, 1910. 

Copies of paintings by Bassano; see Teniers. T251-5 

and T251-6. 

BASTI EN-LEPAGE, Jules. French; born 1848 at Damvillers; 
died 1884 at Paris. Pupil of Cabanel; influenced by 
Cotirbet. Peasant subjects and portraits. 

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BASTIEN-LEPAGE — BEAUX 

B292-1 JOAN OF ARC. (1412-1431; the Maid of Orleans, 
Gallery who was inspired to deliver France from the English; 
21 she led the French troops and assisted at the crown- 

ing of Charles VII at Rheims.) A young peasant girl 
stands in front of a tree in the garden of her home; 
behind her, at the left, her vision is indicated by vague 
figures of St. Michael in armor who holds a sword toward 
her, St. Catherine with hands clasped, and St. Margaret 
who is weeping. 

H. 100 in. W. iiof in. Canvas. Signed: J. Bastien- 
Lepage, Damvillers Meuse 1879. 
Gift of Erwin Davis, 1889. 

B292-2 AN ANXIOUS MOMENT. An old peasant lighting 
his pipe in the wind. 
H. lyf in. W. 8f in. Canvas. 
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac D. Fletcher Collection. 
Bequest of Isaac D. Fletcher, 191 7. 

BAZZI, Giovanni Antonio de. See Sodoma. 

BEAL, Gifford. American; born 1879 in New York City; lives 
there. Pupil of Chase and F. V. Du Mond. Painter of 
marines, landscapes, and figures. 

B36-1 MAYFAIR. Numerous people moving about in a park 
Gallery where there are fountains and trees. 

15 H. 28 in. W. 25! in. Canvas. Signed: Gifford Beal 

^ 13. Bulletin, 1914, p. 150; ill. p. 155. 
Purchase, Hearn Fund, 1914. 

B36-2 THE ALBANY BOAT. There are people, mostly wo- 
Gallery men and children in light summer costumes, gathered on 
15 the roadway which leads down to the steamboat landing; 

a building and a clump of trees are at the left and tall 
trees at the right; between, one sees the great white Al- 
bany boat, the blue Hudson, and the green hills on the 
opposite shore; strong sunlight. 

H.36fin. W.6oiin. Canvas. Signed: Gifford Beal. 15. 
Purchase, Hearn Fund, 19 17. 

BEATO ANGELICO. See Angelico. 

BEAUX, Cecilia. American; contemporary; born in Philadelphia; 
lives in New York City. Pupil of William Sartain in 
Philadelphia; Julian and Lazar schools in Paris. Portrait 
painter. 

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BEAUX — BEERSTRAATEN 

B38-1 A GIRL IN WHITE; ERNESTA. Full-length figure 
Gallery of a young woman, who is dressed in white and seated 
15 on a white sofa; before her is a table on which are a 

candlestick and a Chinese white porcelain jar on a teak- 
wood stand; back of her is a mirror. 
H.yifin. W. 43! in. Canvas. Signed: Cecilia Beaux. 
Bulletin, 1915, p. 152, ill. 
Purchase, Arthur Hoppock Hearn Fund, 191 5. 

BECKER, Carl Ludwig Friedrich. German; born 1820 in 
Berlin; died there 1900. Pupil of Munich Academy. 
Genre and historical subjects. 

B382-1 ADELHEID AND THE BISHOP OF BAMBERG. 
(A scene in Goethe's play, Gotz von Berlichingen.) An 
interior with Adelheid and the Bishop of Bamberg play- 
ing chess; beyond are ladies and gentlemen, one of whom 
is playing a lute. 

H. 50^ in. W. 67 in. Canvas. Signed: C. Becker. 
Gift of Mrs. Anna Woerishoffer, 1899. 

BEECHEY, Sir William. British (English); born 1753 at Bur- 
ford, Oxfordshire; died 1839 at Hampstead, London. 
Pupil of the RoyaLAcademy Schools in London. Portraits. 

B39-1 H. R. H. THE DUKE OF YORK. (1763 -1837; 

Gallery Frederick Augustus, second son of King George III.) 
24 Life-size, standing portrait, seen to the knees; his scarlet 

coat is elaborately trimmed with gold braid, and a 
black cloak, on which the star of the Order of the Garter 
is embroidered, hangs from his left shoulder; various 
orders are on his breast. 
H.63 in. W. 5 if in. Canvas. 
Gift of T. J. Blakeslee, 1895. 

B39-2 PORTRAIT OF A LADY. Life-size figure, seen to be- 
Gallery low the knees; she is seated in a landscape and wears a 
14 white, short-waisted, low-necked gown and an orange scarf. 

H. 50 in. W. 403^ in. Canvas. 
Gift of George A. Hearn, 1905. 

BEERSTRAATEN, Jan Abrahamsz. Dutch; born 1622 at Ams- 
terdam; died there 1666. Landscapes. 

B392-1 SNOW SCENE. A frozen river with skaters in the 
foreground; in the middle distance is a church. 
' H. 36^ in. W. 5 if in. Canvas. Signed: F. Beerstraa- 
ten Pingit. Bulletin, 191 1, p. 171. 
Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1911. 

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BEHAM, Barthel. German; born 1502 at Nuremberg; died 
1540, probably in Italy. Follower of Diirer. Portraits. 

8393-1 PORTRAIT OF A MAN. (Leonardt von Eck or Johann 

Galler\- Mayr von Eck.) Seen to the waist with arms folded; he 

34 wears a brilliant red cap, and a full white tunic shows 

above a loose grayish robe; dark background immediately 

back of the head. 

H. 22| in. W. 14I in. Wood. 

Purchase, Kennedy Fund, 191 2. 

BELLINI, Giovanni. Italian (Venetian); born at Venice about 
1428; died there 15 16. Pupil of his father, Jacopo 
Bellini; influenced by the school of Squarcione at Padua. 
Worked chiefly at Venice where, in 1479, he was appoint- 
ed to redecorate the Ducal Palace. 

B41-1 MADONNA AND CHILD. Seated figure of the 
Gallery Madonna, seen to the knees; she wears a deep blue 

11 mantle and the nude Child is held on her left knee; an 
orange-red curtain is back of the Madonna at the right 
and at the left a town and a range of distant mountains. 
H.35iin. W. 281'V in. Wood. Signed: iOANNES 
BELLINVS. Bulletin, 1908, p. 180, ill. 

Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1908. 

BELLOWS, George W. American; born 1882 at Columbus, 
Ohio; lives in New York City. Pupil of Robert Henri. 

B411-1 UP THE HUDSON. Riverside Park, New York, is 
Gallery in the foreground; railroad tracks and docks are at the 

12 river's edge and the Jersey shore is in the distance. 

H. 35I in. W. 48I in. Canvas. Signed: Geo. Bellows. 

Bulletin, 191 1, p. 67, ill. 

Gift of Hugo Reisinger, 1911. 

BENJAMIN-CONSTANT, Jean Joseph. French; born 1845 at 
Paris; died there 1902. Pupil of Cabanel; influenced 
by Delacroix and Regnault. 

B431-1 JUSTINIAN IN COUNCIL. (482?-565; Byzantine 
Emperor.) The emperor is seated on the throne; three 
councillors are seated at each side and in the foreground 
is a figure with his back to the spectator. 
H. 148 in. W. 260 in. Canvas. Signed: 1886 Benj-Con- 
stant. 
Gift of Godfrey Mannheimer, 1890. 

BENOZZO GOZZOLI. See Gozzoli. 

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BENSON — BERNE-BELLECOUR 

BENSON, Frank W. American; born 1862 at Salem, Mass.; 
lives in Boston. Pupil of the Boston Museum of Fine 
Arts School and of Julian Academy in Paris under 
Bouguereau and Lefebvre. 

B44-1 PORTRAIT OF A LADY. Life-size, seated figure. 

Gallery seen to below the waist; she wears a low-necked black 

15 and green dress and a black hat with feathers; yellow 

autumn leaves form the background. 

H. 4O1V in- W. 32I in. Canvas. Signed: F. W. Benson 

1 90 1. 

Purchase, Hearn Fund, 1906. 

BENVENUTO DI GIOVANNI; also known as Benvenuto da 
Siena. Italian (Sienese); born 1436 at Siena; died 
after 15 17. Pupil of Vecchietta. 

B442-1 ASSUMPTION OF THE VIRGIN. The Virgin, in 
Gallery a white robe, is surrounded by red-winged cherubim 
31 and angels with musical instruments; at the right and 

left are prophets and apostles; in the foreground is the 
empty sarcophagus before which kneels St. Thomas, 
receiving the girdle; St. Francis kneels at the left, and 
St. Anthony at the right. 

H. ii6| in. W. 86| in. Tempera on wood. Signed: 
OPVS • BENVENVTI ' lOHANIS * DE ' SENIS " 
MCCCCLXXXXVIII. Bulletin, 1910, p. 249, ill. 
Gift of J. Pierpont Morgan, 19 10. 

BERCHEM, Claes Pietersz.; occasionally signed Berghem. 
Dutch ; born 1620 at Haarlem; died 1683 at Amster- 
dam. Pupil of his father, Pieter Claes. 

B45-1 REST. A woman with a child in her arms is seated 
on the ground; a man stands at her side near a clump of 
tree trunks; sheep are beyond and a cow stands nearby. 
H. i6yf in. W. 13I in. Wood. Signed: Berchem. 
Purchase, 1871. 

BERNE-BELLECOUR, Etienne Prosper. French; born 1838 
at Boulogne-sur-Mer; died 1910 at Paris. Pupil of 
£cole des Beaux-Arts under Picot and Barrias. Mili- 
tary subjects and portraits. 

B451-1 SOLDIER IN THE TRENCHES. He is sitting behind 
Gallery the earthworks with a rifle in hand. 

17 H. 6| in. W. 4t\ in. Water color. Signed: E. Berne 

Bellecour— 73. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

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BERNE-BELLECOUR — BICCI DI LORENZO 



B451-2 THE INTENDED. A garden terrace with a young 
S. W. woman seated on a bench winding yarn which is held 
Stairway by an officer; an elderly lady and gentleman are seated 

at the right; the costumes are of the Empire period. 

H. 2o| in. W. 32I in. Canvas. Signed: E. Berne- 

Bellecour, 1874. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

BETTO, Bernardino di. See Pinturicchio. 

BEYEREN, Abraham Hendricksz. van. Dutch; born 1620 
or 162 1 at The Hague; died after 1674 at Alkmaar. 
Perhaps a pupil of his brother-in-law, Pieter de Putter. 
Still life, marines, etc. 

B46-1 STUDY OF FISH. 

H. 25^ in. W. 31I in. Canvas. 
Purchase, 1871. 



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DI LORENZO. Italian (Florentine); born 1373 at Florence; 
died there 1452. Pupil of his father, Lorenzo di Bicci. 

MIRACLE OF ST. NICHOLAS OF BARI. (St. 
Nicholas, Bishop of Myra in the fourth century, among 
other miracles is supposed to have supplied gold for 
three maidens who were too poor to marry.) Three 
young women and a man in a bedroom ; outside the house, 
at the left, the Saint throws the gold through the 
window grating and it falls upon the bed. 
H. 12 in. W. 22I in. Tempera on wood. 
Gift of Frederic Coudert from the collection of Madame 
D'Oliveira of Florence, 1888. 

ST. NICHOLAS RESUSCITATING THREE YOUTHS. 
(It is related that during a famine St. Nicholas discovered 
that a certain man had stolen children and butchered 
them for food; going to the barrels where the human re- 
mains had been salted down, he made the sign of the cross 
and the three boys became whole and were restored to 
their parents.) A courtyard with an open porch at the 
left where the three boys are rising from the barrels while 
St. Nicholas stands before them; the parents kneel in the 
foreground. This is a companion piece to the previous 
panel, both being parts of the predella of an altarpiece 
painted in 1433 for the Church of San Niccolo at Parma. 
H. I2y\ in. W.. 22 J in. Tempera on wood. Bulletin, 
1916, p. 237, ill. 
Gift of Francis Kleinberger, 19 16. 



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BIDA — BISSCHOP 

JBIDA, Alexander. French; born 1813 at Toulouse; died 1895. 
Pupil of Delacroix; influenced by Decamps. Painted 
chiefly oriental life and scenery. 

B472-1 MASSACRE OF THE MAMELUKES. The Mame- 
S. W. lukes in elaborate robes, convened on a false pretext 
Stairway at the gate of the Old Palace at Cairo on May i, 181 1, 

are being shot by the Albanians from the roofs and 

windows of surrounding buildings. 

H. 37^ in. W. 24! in. Water color. Signed: Bida. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

BIERSTADT, Albert. American; born 1830 at Solingen, 
near Dusseldorf, Germany; died 1902 at New York City. 
Spent his youth at New Bedford, Mass.; pupil of Les- 
sing and Achenbach at Diisseldorf. Painted chiefly 
W^estern scenery. 

B473-1 THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS. The picture, according 
N. E. to H. T. Tuckerman, shows the Windy River range of 
Stairway snow-capped mountains in Nebraska Territory (now the 
state of Wyoming). The principal peak is Mt. Lander 
(now called Fremont Pass); the lake in the middle dis- 
tance is the source of the Rio Colorado; the Indian en- 
campment in the foreground belonged to the Shoshone 
tribe. Another authority asserts that the foreground rep- 
resents Chicago Lakes, Colorado, twelve miles from Idaho 
Springs. 

H. 73I in. W. i2of in. Canvas. Signed; A Bierstadt 
1863. Bulletin, 1907, p. 109. 
Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1907. 

B473-2 MERCED RIVER; YOSEMITE VALLEY. At the 
left, on the far side of the river, fantastic peaks rise 
sheer from the water into the clouds; on the bank in 
the foreground are groups of trees and on a rock over- 
hanging the river is a group of Indians; a canoe with 
figures is in midstream. 

H.36in. W. 50 in. Canvas. Signed: A. Bierstadt 1866. 
Bulletin, 1910, p. 46, ill. 
Gift of the sons of William Paton, 191 1. 

BISSCHOP, Christoffel. Dutch; born 1828 at Leeuwarden; 

died 1904 at his villa near The Hague. Pupil of Schmidt 

at Delft; Comte and Gleyre at Paris. Genre and por- 
traits. 

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BISSCHOP — BLACKBURN 

B541-1 THE SUNBEAM, interior with enclosed Dutch bed 
Gallery on which lies a mother who is watching a baby in a 
18 cradle. 

H.33|in. W. 40I in. Water color. Signed: Bisschop. 

Purchase, Wolfe Fund, 1895. 

BLACKBURN, Joseph. American; born about 1700 in Con- 
necticut; died after 1765. Worked in Boston from 1750 
to 1765. Portrait painter. 

B56-1 THOMAS DERING. (i 720-1 785; born in Boston. Mass., 
and was a merchant in Boston.) Head and shoulders; he 
wears a white wig, gray coat, and blue waistcoat. 
H. 22I in. W. 17I in. Pastel on canvas. 
Gift of Sylvester Dering, 1916. 

B56-2 MARY SYLVESTER DERING. (1725-1794; born on 

Gallery Shelter Island, N.Y.; married Thomas Dering in 1756.) 

16 Standing figure, seen to the knees; her left hand holds 

a straw hat and in the right is a shepherd's crook; a lamb 

is beside her; she wears a dark green dress, pearls are 

about her neck and in her hair, and a brown scarf floats 

back of her and hangs over her left arm. 

H. 49I in. W. 40-j\ in. Canvas. Signed: J. Blackburn 

Pinx. Bulletin, 1916, p. 132; ill. p. 133. 

Gift of Sylvester Dering, 1916. 

B56-3 MARGARET SYLVESTER CHEESBOROUGH. 

Gallery (Born 1719 at Southold, L. I., N. Y.; sister of Mrs. 

16 Thomas Dering and wife of David Cheesborough of 

Newport, R. I.) Standing figure seen to the knees, 

with her left elbow resting on a parapet; she wears a 

blue-green dress with violet bows and there is white 

lace at the throat and elbows. 

H. 49! in. W. 40I in. Canvas. Signed: J. Blackburn 

Pinxit 1754. 

Gift of Sylvester Dering, 19 16. 

B56-51 MARY BROWN GREENLEAF. (i 728-1807; daughter 
of Judge Robert Brown; married William Greenleaf in 
1747.) Life-size, standing figure, seen to the knees; her 
left elbow rests on a balustrade and a landscape forms 
the background; she wears a low-necked pink dress trim- 
med with white lace and black ribbons. This and the 
following canvas have bullet holes which, according to 
tradition, were made during the Revolutionary War. 

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BLACKBURN — BLAKELOCK 

H. 50y^^ in. W. 40yV in. Canvas. Signed: J. Black- 
burn Pinxit, 1757. 
Lent by Richard C. Greenleaf, 1913. 

B56-52 WILLIAM GREENLEAF. (1725-1803; youngest son 
Gallery of Rev. Daniel Greenleaf [see portrait by Copley]; Sheriff 
16 of Suffolk County, 1775 to 1780.) Life-size, standing figure, 

seen to the knees; his right elbow rests on a table and the 
extended hand holds a letter addressed to Mr. William 
Greenleaf Mercht. Boston. He wears a white wig, 
ruffled white shirt, robin's egg blue waistcoat and fawn 
colored coat and knee breeches; a draped dark green cur- 
tain forms the background. 

H. 50I in. W. 40 in. Canvas. Signed: J. Blackburn, 
Pinxit 1757. 
Lent by RicRard C. Greenleaf, 1913. 

B56-53 PRISCILLA BROWN GREENLEAF. (Daughter of 
Judge Robert Brown and wife of W. John Greenleaf.) 
Life-size, seated figure, seen to the knees; she wears a low- 
necked white satin dress trimmed with white lace, and a 
lavender scarf; her left arm rests on a balustrade; a tree 
trunk is at the left with sunset sky beyond. 
H. 35I in. W. 28j in. Canvas. Signed: J. Blackburn 
Pinx. 1756. 
Lent by Richard C. Greenleaf, 1913. 

BLAKELOCK, Ralph Albert. American; born 1847 ^t New 
York City; died 19 19 near New York City. Landscapes. 



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B58-51 



INDIAN ENCAMPMENT. A plain with trees; in the 

foreground there are small figures of Indians and horses 

near a group of tents; a river is in the middle distance. 

H. 37y\ in. W. 40^ in. Canvas. Signed: Ralph Albert 

Blakelock. 

Gift of George A. Hearn, 1906. 

THE PIPE DANCE. Indians are dancing hand in 
hand on a river bank; in the background low hills and 
trees stand out against a golden sunset sky. 
H. 48^^ in. W. 72y% in. Canvas. Signed: Ralph Al- 
bert Blakelock. Bulletin, 1909, p. 53, ill. 
Gift of George A. Hearn, 1909. 

SUNSET. A plain with a few trees; the sun is hidden by 
brilliant golden clouds near the horizon. 
H. I5fin. W. 24yVin. Wood. Signed: R. A. Blakelock. 
Lent by George A. Hearn, 19 13. 

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BLANCHARD — BLOEMEN 

BLANCHARD, Jacques. French; born 1600 at Paris; died there 
1638. Pupil of his uncle, Jerome Nicholas Bollery; 
went to Lyons in 1620 and spent four years studying 
with and assisting Horace Le Blanc. 

B59-1 VENUS AND ADONIS. A nude woman reclines on a 

Gallery rose and white drapery; beside her is a youth with a red 

14 drapery; both are cutting an inscription on a tree trunk. 

H. 47I in. W. 69I in. Canvas. 

Gift of George A. Hearn, 1906. ' 

BLARENBERGHE, Henri Joseph van. French; born 1741 
at Lille; died there 1826. Lived long in Paris and was 
attached to the court of Louis XVI; after the king's 
death returned to Lille, opened an art school, and later 
became curator of the Art Gallery at Lille. 

B61-1 FETE OF THE TUNNY FISHERS AT MARSEILLES. 
The boats in the harbor are filled with people; a fortress 
is on the shore at the left; windmills crown the distant 
hills. 

H. 33 in. W. 48 in. Canvas. 
Purchase, 1871. 

BLASHFIELD, Edwin Howland. American; born 1848 at New 
York City; lives in New York City. Pupil of Bonnat 
in Paris. Mural decorations. 

B611-1 CARRY ON. The figure of Liberty, holding high the 
S. E. American flag in her left hand and a drawn sword in her 

Stairway right, urges on two lines of soldiers to the attack. A 

screeching eagle flies behind her; strong light from fire in 

the background. 

H. 13 1 J in. W. 109! in. Canvas. Signed: Edwin 

Howland Blashfield, 19 18. 

Purchase, Hearn Fund, 19 18. 

BLOEMEN, Peeter van. Flemish; born 1657 at Antwerp; 
died there 1720. Traveled in Italy; was made director 
of Antwerp Academy in 1699. 

B62-1 HORSES TAKEN TO WATER. Several men are 
wading in a stream at the right; a white horse is being 
ridden into the water and other horses are at the left; 
in the background is a round building from which smoke 
arises. 

H. i6f in. W. 23I in. Canvas. 
Purchase, 1871. 

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BLUM— BOGGS 

BLUM, Robert F. American; born 1857 at Cincinnati, O.; 
died 1903 at New York City. Studied lithography; 
traveled in Europe and in Japan. Illustrator and 
mural decorator. 

B621-1 THE AMEYA. A street in Japan with an itinerant 

Gallery candy vendor (Ameya), dressed in blue; he is sur- 

12 rounded by Japanese women and children, who wear 

brightly colored kimonos; beyond is a jinrikisha with its 

bearer seated" on the shaft; shops line the far side of 

the street. 

H. 27! in. W. 31 in. Canvas. Signed: Blum. 

Gift of Estate of Alfred Corning Clark, 1904. 

B621-2 STREET SCENE IN IKAO, JAPAN. A row of open 
shops; in the foreground is a woman with a baby on her 
back. 

H. lof in. W. i2| in. Water Color. Stamped: R. F. 
Blum. 
Gift of William J. Baer, 1904. 

BOGERT, George H. American; born 1864 at New York City; 
lives there. Pupil of National Academy of Design, New 
York; Puvis de Chavannes, Aime Morot, and Eugene 
Boudin in Paris. Landscapes. 

B632-1 CHALE CHURCH, ISLE OF WIGHT, ENGLAND. 

Gallery Fields of harvested grain are in the foreground; the 

15 church is in the middle distance and beyond is the sea 

with a line of chalk cliffs at the horizon. 

H. 28 in. W. 36 in. Canvas. Signed: George Bogert- 

Chale. Bulletin, 1906, p. 56. 

Gift of George A. Hearn, 1906. 

OCTOBER MOONLIGHT. Trees and moon reflected 
in a river. 



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Canvas. Signed: George Bo- 



gert, 1898. Bulletin, 1906, p. 56. 
Gift of George A. Hearn, 1906. 



BOGGS, Frank M. American; born 1855 at Springfield, O.; 
lives in Paris. Pupil of Ecole des Beaux-Arts and Gerome. 

B633-1 ON THE THAMES. Several boats with sails up; in 
Gallery the background is the city; gray sky and water. 

13 H. 38^ in. W. 51^ in. Canvas. Signed: Boggs London 

83. Bulletin, 1909, p. 54, ill. 

Purchase, Hearn Fund, 1909. 



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BOLDINI — BONHEUR 

BOLDINI, Giovanni. Italian; born 1844 at Ferrara; lives in 
Paris. Pupil of Florence Academy. Went to London 
to paint portraits; settled in Paris in 1872. Portraits 
and genre. 

B636-1 GOSSIP. In a room decorated in the Empire style 
Gallery sit three women in costumes of the period. 

18 H. 7yV in. W. 9f in. Wood. Signed; Boldini-/73. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

B636-2 THE DISPATCH BEARER. A French cavalryman, 
having pulled up his horse on the sidewalk in front of a 
porte-cochere, gives a letter to the porter who has stopped 
sweeping to receive it. 

H. i6| in. W. 13^ in. Wood. Signed: Boldnii. 
Bequest of Mrs. Martha T. Fiske Collord, in memory of 
Josiah M. Fiske, 1908. 

BONDONE. See Giotto di Bondone. 

BONHEUR, pRANgois AuGusTE. French; born 1824 at Bordeaux; 
died 1884 at Bellevue. Son and pupil of Raymond 
Bonheur and brother of Rosa Bonheur. 

B64-1 WOODLAND AND CATTLE. A herd of cattle in 
the shade of a grove of old oak trees; a pool of water is 
in the middle distance where a white cow is prominent; 
^ the cowherd leans against the trunk of a tree at the right. 

H. 104^ in. W. 1571^ in. Canvas. Signed: Auguste 
Bonheur. 
Gift of James Clinch Smith and sister, 1890. 

BONHEUR, Marie Rosa. French; born 1822 at Bordeaux; 
died 1899 at her home, the Chateau-de-By. Pupil of her 
father, Raymond Bonheur. Founded the Paris Free 
School for Young Girls in 1858 and was long its di- 
rector. Painted chiefly animals. 

B641-1 A LIMIER-BRIQUET HOUND. A brown and white 
S. W. dog with head and tail erect; landscape background. 
Stairway H. 142- in. W. 18 in. Canvas. Initialed: R. B. 
Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

B641-2 WEANING THE CALVES. A mountain pasture with 
Gallery five calves on one side of a fence and the cow on the 
18 other; other cows are coming down the hill on the right. 

H. 25! in. W. 32 in. Canvas. Signed: Rosa Bon- 
heur- 1879. 
Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

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BONHEUR — BONNAT 

B641-3 THE HORSE FAIR. Heavy white and sorrel Perche- 
Gallery ron horses are being led or ridden bareback by men 
19 who wear blue blouses. 

H. 96I in. W. I99tV in. Canvas. Signed: Rosa Bonheur 

1853-5. 

Gift of Cornelius Vanderbilt, 1887. 

BONI, MicHELE Giovanni. See Giambono. 

BONINGTON, Richard Parkes. British (English); born 1801 
at Arnold, near Nottingham; died 1828 at London. 
Pupil of Ecole des Beaux-Arts under Baron Gros. 
Made frequent journeys to London to study the works 
of Constable. Landscapes and genre. 



B643-1 

Gallery 

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B643-2 
Gallery 

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SEA COAST. The beach at low tide with shallow 

water inside a sand bar; groups of fishermen and women 

are at right and left. 

H. i6f in. W. 23I in. Canvas. 

Gift of Henry G. Marquand, 1888. 

COAST SCENE, NORMANDY. A beach on which 
men and women are selling and buying fish; to the 
right, in the shallow water, are two horses attached to a 
heavy wagon with a canvas cover; sail-boats are drawn 
up on the beach in the distance at the left. 
H. 32 in. W. 48y^^ in. Canvas. 
Gift of George A. Hearn, 1896. 

MANTES ON THE SEINE. The river with the 
towers of Mantes cathedral in the distance; two peasants 
are seated in the foreground on a point of land. 
H. 15 in. W. 2of in. Canvas. Bulletin, 191 5, p. 88. 
Bequest of Maria De Witt Jesup, from the collection of 
her husband, Morris K. Jesup, 191 5. 

BONNAT, Leon. French; born 1833 at Bayonne; lives in Paris 
and Rome. Pupil of Federico de Madrazo in Madrid; 
Leon Cogniet in Paris. Lived several years in Italy; 
traveled in the Orient. Director French Academy in 
Rome. Chiefly portraits. 

B644-J JOHN TAYLOR JOHNSTON. (1820- 1893; first pres- 
ident of the Museum, 1870 to 1889.) Life-size, seated 
figure, seen to below the knees. 

H. 54I in. W. 43 in. Canvas. Signed: L^ Bonnat 
— 1880. 
Gift of the Trustees, 1880. 



B643-3 

Gallery 

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BONNAT — BORRASSA 

B644-2 EGYPTIAN FELLAH WOMAN AND CHILD. Life- 
Gallery size, almost full-length figure of a woman, carrying a 
17 nude sleeping child on her shoulder; the Suez Canal is 

indicated in the background. 

H. 73I in. W. 41^ in. Canvas. Signed: L'} Bonnat. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

B644-3 ROMAN GIRL AT A FOUNTAIN. 

Gallery H. 67 in. W. 39^ in. Canvas. Signed: L'} Bonnat-75. 
17 Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

B644-4 HEBER R. BISHOP. (1840-1902; New York mer- 

Gallery chant, financier, and collector. He gave to the Museum 

4 his collection of jades.) Life-size, seated figure, seen to 

the knees. 

H. 45i in. W. 28I in. Canvas. Signed: L'} Bonnat 

1904. 

Gift of the Executors of the Estate of Mary C. Bishop, 

1905. 

B644-51 AN ARAB PLUCKING A THORN FROM HIS FOOT. 
He wears a red robe and yellow turban. 
H. 54I in. W. 4of in. Canvas. Signed: L^ Bonnat. 
Lent by George W. Vanderbilt, 1902. 

BONVICINO, Alessandro. See Moretto da Brescia. 

BONVIN, Fran5:ois. French; born 1817; died 1888. 

B645-1 A WOMAN READING. (Copy after the picture by 
Pieter de Hooch in the Munich Gallery.) 
H. 5y^ in. W. 4-1^^ in. Water color. 
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac D. Fletcher Collection. 
Bequest of Isaac D. Fletcher, 19 17. 

BORRASSA, Luis (?). Spanish (Catalonian); worked 1390 to 1434. 

B647-1 ALTARPIECE DEDICATED TO SAINT ANDREW. 

Gallery Numerous panels with gold ground in an architectural 
33 setting. St. Andrew is seated in the center. In 

the panel above, the Madonna is enthroned with the 
Child on her lap; St. Catherine and Mary Magdalen 
are seated at her feet; two singing angels are at 
the right and at the left an angel is playing the harp. 
The upper left panel depicts the calling of St. Andrew; 
below, he is a witness to the wicked mother being killed 
by fire from heaven. In the lower right panel, the 
Saint witnesses a bishop being tempted by the devil 
in the form of a beautiful woman; above, St. Andrew 

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BORRASSA — BOTH 

is being bound to the cross. In the uprights separating 
the principal panels are eight small, single, full-length 
. figures of holy men. The predella is divided into seven 
panels but the right-hand one is missing. The sub- 
jects beginning at the left are St. Andrew and the 
woman who prayed to Diana on behalf of her sister; 
the woman brings St. Andrew to her sister; St. Andrew 
drives away the demons in the form of dogs; the dead 
Christ, upheld by angels, stands in the tomb; St. Andrew 
raises the dead youth who has been strangled; and 
St. Andrew brings to life the four drowned men. 
H. 123^ in. W. i23y\in. (overall). Tempera on wood. 
Bulletin, 1907, p. 77, ill. 
Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1906. 

BOSCH, HiERONYMUs; also known as Hieronymus van Aeken, 
and also Heronimus Bos. Flemish; born about 1462 at 
Bois-le-Duc; died there in 15 16. 

B65-1 ADORATION OF THE KINGS. The Virgin, wearing a 
Gallery dark blue robe, is seated in a ruined courtyard and holds 
34 the nude Child on her lap ; in the foreground at the right 

are the three kings bearing gifts while Joseph, wearing a 
green robe, kneels at the left; beyond, the ox and the ass 
are seen within a tower at the left, and at the right, two 
shepherds look through a window while one of them warms 
his hands at a fire within the court; four child angels hold 
a green canopy above the Virgin; landscape background 
with Jerusalem at the left, a lake and castle at the right, 
and numerous figures in the middle distance. 
H. 28 in. W. 22i in. Wood. Bulletin, 1913, p. 130, ill. 
Purchase, Kennedy Fund, 1912. 

BOTH, Jan and Andries. Dutch; Jan born about 1610 at 
Utrecht; died there 1652. Andries born about 1609; 
died at Venice, probably in 1650. Pupils of Abraham 
Bloemart at Utrecht; influenced by Claude Lorraine. 
Jan was a landscape painter; the brother, Andries, 
often added the figures. 

B651-1 ITALIAN LANDSCAPE. A rocky road with a group 

Gallery of trees in the center of the picture and one large oak 

26 at the right; two horsemen and several figures on foot 

are on a roadway at the left; hilly country beyond. 

H. 5aff in. W. 63I in. Canvas. Signed: Both fc 

1640. 

Purchase, 1871. 

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BOTTICELLI 

BOTTICELLI; real name Sandro Fllipepi. Italian (Florentine); 
born 1447 or a few years earlier, at Florence; died there 
1 5 10. Apprenticed to a goldsmith, then studied painting 
with Fra Filippo Lippi and worked as assistant to Antonio 
and Piero PoUaiuolo. Called to Rome in 1481 bv 
Pope Sixtus IV and executed frescoes in the Sistine 
Chapel. 

B652-1 IHREE MIRACLES OF SAINP ZENOBIUS. (334- 
Gallery 424; Zenobius was a wealthy Florentine who devoted 
30 his life to the Church and became bishop of Florence.) 

An open square in the city; at the left the Saint is stop- 
ped by a funeral procession and brings the body back 
to life. In the center the Saint, while on a journe}', 
meets a party bringing relics of a martyr; the leader 
having fallen and been crushed to death is restored 
by the Saint. The story told at the right is in three 
scenes: St. Eugenius, while gravely ill, hears that a 
relative has died without receiving the last sacrament; 
St. Zenobius therefore takes blessed water and salt 
to the bedroom of St. Eugenius, who rises from his sick 
bed, crosses the square, and in the foreground is seen 
sprinkling the holy water over, his relative who revives. 
There are three other panels of this series; two are in the 
Mond Collection in London and one in the Dresden Gal- 
lery. These panels were probably intended to decorate 
a chest containing clerical vestments in some church 
dedicated to St. Zenobius. 

H. 26I in. W. 59! in. Tempera on wood. Bulletin, 
191 1, p. 185, ill. 
Purchase, Kennedy Fund, 191 1. 

B652-2 THE LAST COMMUNION OF SAINT JEROME. A 
Gallery cell built of reeds with the Saint's bed, above which 
37 hang a crucifix, palms, and a cardinal's hat; in the fore- 

ground St. Jerome, supported by two monks, kneels at 
the right and receives the last communion from a priest 
who wears a rose-colored chasuble and blue stole; two 
acolites stand at the left holding candles. Painted for 
Francesco di Filippo Del Puglicse of Florence, who 
mentioned this picture in his will dated 28th February, 
1502-3. 

H. 13I in. W. loy^^ in. Tempera on wood. Bulletin, 
1915, pp. 52, 72, loi; ill. 
Bequest of Benjamin Altman, 1913. 

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BOTTICINi — BOUCHER 

BOTTICINI, Francesco. Italian (Florentine); born 1446 at 
Florence; died there 1497. Pupil of Neri di Bicci; 
influenced by Cosimo Rosselli, Verrocchio, and Botticelli. 

B653-1 a. TOBIAS AND THE ANGEL. Three predella panels. 

Gallery Tobias, wearing a blue doublet and red stockings, kneels 
30 at the right near the seashore, and takes out the fish's 

heart, liver, and gall; at the left stands the angel, who 
wears a yellow robe and red cloak lined with green; 
nearby is a white poodle; in the distance is the city 
of Florence; blue mountains follow the line of the 
seashore. 
H. 6| in. W. 161% in. Tempera on wood. 

B653-1 b. THE MARRIAGE OF THE VIRGIN. Mary, in a 
Gallery red robe and blue cloak lined with green, stands at the 
30 right; opposite her is Joseph, who wears a blue robe and 

a yellow cloak lined with green; back of them is the high 
priest who stands in front of an altar; three women are at 
the right and at the left are the four disappointed suitors, 
one of whom raises his hand to strike Joseph and another 
breaks his staflF; the background at each side consists of 
a colonnade with a view of distant hills. 
H. 6j\ in. W. i6| in. Tempera on wood. 

B653-1 c. THE BURIAL OF ST. ZENOBIUS. The body lies 
Gallery on a red-covered stretcher and is being carried through a 
30 city street on the shoulders of four prelates who wear white 

robes, green cloaks, and white and gold mitres; two aco- 
lytes precede them and four citizens follow the bier; the 
Baptistery and Campanile of Florence are in the back- 
ground; in the immediate foreground is the dead tree 
which burst into leaf at the touch of the Saint's body. 
H. 6i\ in. W. i6-i\\n. Tempera on wood. Bulletin, 
1913, p. 214, ill. 
Purchase, Leland Fund, 191 3. 



BOUCHER, Francois. French; born 1703 at Paris; died there 1770. 
Pupil of his father, a designer of embroideries, and of 
Le Moine; traveled in Italy. Decorative subjects; de- 
signed Beauvais tapestries. 

B66-1 PORTRAIT OF A LADY. Bust of a large-eyed, red- 
Gallery lipped young lady with powdered hair and blue ribbons, 
20 a low-cut white satin dress, and a blue shawl; gray back- 

ground. 
H. 19 in. W. 14I in. Canvas. 

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BOUCHER — BOUGHTON 

Mr. and Mrs. Isaac D. Fletcher Collection. 
Bequest of Isaac D. Fletcher, 191 7. 

School of Boucher. 

B66S-1 THE RESCUE OF ARION FROM THE WAVES. 

Gallery (The picture illustrates a legend according to which the 
20 Greek poet, Arion, while returning home from a musical 

contest in Sicily where he had been a victor, was ship- 
wrecked; he was saved by dolphins who were attracted 
by his music.) Arion, with a red drapery about him, 
playing his lyre, is seated on the back of a dolphin; 
mermaids and mermen surround him; beyond at the 
left is the prow of a burning ship. 
H. 45I in. W. 52I in. Canvas. Signed: F. Boucher, 
but not supposed to be*by this master. 
Gift of Leon Gauchez, 1875 

BOUDIN, Eugene. French; born 1824 at Honfleur; died 1898 
at Deauville. Pupil of Troyon. 

B661-1 ON THE BEACH AT TROUVILLE. A sandy beach 
with people in costumes of the middle of the nineteenth 
century; to the right is the sea with bathers and a bath- 
house on wheels drawn by a horse. 
H. 10 in. W. 18 in. Canvas. Signed: E Boudin-63. 
Bequest of Mrs. Amelia B. Lazarus, 1907. 

BOUGHTON, George H. British-American; born 1833 in 
England; died 1905 at London. Educated in Albany, 
N. Y.; lived in New York City till 1861, when he set- 
tled in London. 

B662-1 A PURITAN GIRL. Three-quarter-length figure, 
Gallery standing in a field and holding wild flowers; her costume 
18 is that of New England in the early seventeenth cen- 

tury. 

H. i5yV in. W. 11^ in. Wood. Signed: G. H. Boughton. 
Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

B662-2 EDICT OF "WILLIAM THE TESTY. (A situation 
from the Knickerbocker History of New Amsterdam 
by Washington Irving.) The burghers, grouped in 
an open square, are protesting by clouds of tobacco 
smoke against their Governor's decree forbidding tobacco 
smoking. The Governor and his wife stand in the 
doorway of their house at the right. 
H. 22^ in. W. 32! in. Canvas mounted on wood. 

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BOUGHTON — BOYERMANS 

Signed: G. H. Boughton. Bulletin, 1908, p. 199 ill. 
Bequest of Mrs. Martha T. Fiske Collord in memory 
of Josiah M, Fiske, 1908. 

B662-3 THE TWO FAREWELLS; also called Autumn— De- 
parture of the Swallows. A stubbl\- field near the sea 
with two women; one, in mourning, is seated on a rock; 
the other, in a white dress, stands back of her and holds 
her hand. This picture is one of a series of three; the 
smaller side panels depict respectively Spring and Winter. 
Inscribed on the back: The Flight of the Birds, Summer 
is gone on Swallows Wings. Painted by Geo. H. 
Boughton, Grove Lodge, Palace Gardens Terrace, Ken- 
sington, W. 

H. 481^ in W 6of in. Canvas. Signed: G. H. Bough- 
ton 1872. 

Bequest of Maria De Witt Jesup, from the collection of 
her husband, Morris K. Jesup, 191 5. 

BOUGUEREAU, William Adolphe. French; born 1825 at 

La Rochelle; died there 1905. Pupil of Picot and 

Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris, where he lived the 
greater part of his life. 

B663-1 THE TWO SISTERS. A Brittany peasant girl is 
Gallery seated in an orchard and holds upon her lap a child 
18 who has a red apple in each hand. 

H. 51 in. W. 35-/6' Jri= Canvas. Signed: W. Bovgve- 

REAV 1871. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

BOUTS, Dirk; known also as Dirk or Tierry van Haarlem and 
as Dierick de Louvain. Flemish; born about 14 10 at 
Haarlem (?); died 1475 at Louvain. Influenced by Jan 
Van Eyck and by Roger van der Wcyden. Appointed 
official portrait painter of the city of Louvain in 1464. 
Also painted religious subjects. 

B666-2 PORTRAIT OF A MAN. Head and shoulders of a 

Gallery middle-aged man with his fingers joined as if in prayer; 

37 he wears a high purple cap and a gray doublet fastened 

close at the neck, with an edge of the fur lining showing 

against a brown collar, 

H. 12 in. W. S^in. Wood. 

Bequest of Benjamin Altman, 1913. 

BOYERMANS, Theodor. Flemish; born 1620 at Antwerp; 
died there 1677. Pupil of Van Dyck. 

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BOYERMANS — BRETON 

B70-1 CHRIST EXPIRING ON THE CROSS. The single 
figure is outlined against a dark, stormy sky. 
H. 43I in. W. 33I in. Wood. 
Purchase, 1871. 

BRAMANTINO; real name Bartolommeo Suardi. Italian 
(Milanese); born about 1450 to 1455 in the Milanese 
district; died about 1530. He is supposed to have been 
a pupil of Vincenzo Foppa and assistant to Bramante in 
Milan. 

B73-1-12 Twelve panels, each a single head, bust length; the 
majority are in profile; the background of each consists 
of an archway from v^hich hangs a swag of green foliage. 
These panels were originally part of a frieze in the 
palace of San Martino di Guznago near Mantua and have 
generally been considered as the work of Bramantino. 
Each: H. 18 in. W. 18 in. Tempera on Wood. Bul- 
letin, 1905, p. 14, ill. 
Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1905. 

B73-13 VIRGIN AND CHILD. An open courtyard with 
Gallery the Madonna seen to the knees back of a ledge on which 
30 the nude Child stands; the Madonna wears a red robe 

and a blue cloak lined with green; an apple is in her 
right hand, and a pot of red carnations is on the ledge 
in the immediate foreground at the right; in the back- 
ground buildings close one side of the hollow square court 
while at the left is a hedge. 
H. i3§ in. W. 1 1 i^g- in. Tempera on wood. 
Purchase, Kennedy Fund, 1912. 

BRAMER, Leonard. Dutch; born 1595 at Delft; died there 
1674. Traveled in his youth in France and Italy. 

B731-1 JUDGMENT OF SOLOMON. An open court with 
the king seated on a high throne at the right; before 
him a man prepares to divide the child between the two 
kneeling mothers; beyond are groups of people and two 
men stand in the immediate foreground at the right. 
H. 31I in. W. 40^ in. Canvas. Signed: L. Bramer. 
Gift of National Surety Company, 191 !. 

BRETON, Jules. French; born 1827 at Courri^res; died 1906 
at Paris. Pupil of Felix de Vigne at Ghent; Wappers at 
Antwerp; Ecole des Beaux-Arts at Paris under Drolling. 

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BRETON — BRITISH SCHOOL 

B751-1 PEASANT GIRL KNITTING. She is seated on the 
Gallery bent trunk of an apple tree. 

18 H. 22I in. W. i8| in. Canvas. Signed: Jules Breton. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

B751-2 RELIGIOUS PROCESSION IN BRITTANY. (A 

Gallery festival such as here depicted is held once a year at 

17 Kergoat near Douarnenez and Quimper.) The public 
square of the village is crowded with women and children 
who carry lighted tapers; a procession of men, bareheaded 
and carrying lighted torches, emerges from the porch 
of the church at the right. 

H. 52! in. W. 73 in. Canvas. Signed: Jules Breton- 

1869. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

BRION, GusTAVE. French; born 1824 at Rothau; died 1877 at 
Paris. Pupil of Gabriel Guerin at Strasburg. 

B77-1 RETURN FROM THE CHRISTENING. A church 
Gallery porch with the christening party coming out and dis- 

18 tributing alms. 

H. 44I in. W. 63! in. Canvas. Signed: G. Brion 74 
Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 



BRITISH SCHOOL. 

Br77S-i THE MILLS. In the foreground is a stream which 
winds under several bridges; beyond are an old red building 
and a level plain with windmills against the horizon; 
the general tone is a golden brown. Formerly attributed 
to Rembrandt and called at one time Canal in Holland. 
Probably British, end of eighteenth century. 
H. 27 in. W. 23 in. Canvas. 
Gift of Henry G. Marquand, 1890. 

Br77S-4 PORTRAIT OF A MAN. Life-size figure, seen to the 

Wing F waist, standing at the right of a table and holding a 

Gallery portfolio; he wears a long curled white wig; a bookcase 

20 forms the background; there is a coat of arms in the 

upper left corner. 

H. 38I in. W. 32I in. Canvas. Bulletin, 1909, p. 10. 

Gift of Mrs. Wheeler Smith, 1908. 

Br77S-5 MARY, QUEEN OF SCOTS, WITH HER SON, 
JAMES VI (Afterwards James I of England). Known 
as the Duff-Ogilvie portrait. The Queen wears a dark 
dress with a white neck ruff and a gold chain; she is 

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BRITISH SCHOOL— BROWN 

seen back of a red covered table on which stands the 
child; he is dressed in a long dark robe embroidered in 
stripes, and his cap is similarly embroidered. 
H. 8| in. W. yf in. Slate or black marble. 
Gift of J. Pierpont Morgan, 1917. 

Br77S-6 LADY JANE GREY {?). Half life-size, seen to the 
waist, full-front; she wears a black dress high at the neck 
with a white ruff at neck and wrists, a black cap which 
shows her light brown hair, and a double string of pearls 
knotted about the neck and falling straight from the 
knot. In her hands she holds an undetermined leather 
article and there is a sapphire ring on her right forefinger; 
gray background. Probably sixteenth century. 
H. I2f in. W. 9 in. Wood. 
Gift of J. Pierpont Morgan, 1917. 

BRONZING; real name Agnolo di Cosimo di Mariano. Italian 
(Florentine); born 1502 (?) at Monticelli, near Florence; 
died 1572 at Florence. Studied with Raffaellino del 
Garbo and later with Pontormo whom he assisted; in- 
fluenced by Michaelangelo. Portraits and mural deco- 
rations. 

B78-1 COSIMO DE' MEDICI. (15 19-1574; first grand duke 

Gallery of Tuscany.) Life-size, standing figure, seen to below 

29 the waist; he is dressed in armor; his right hand rests 

on his casque that lies on a table at the right. Inscribed 

on armor of his right elbow: C M 

H. 38! in. W. 27I in. Wood. Bulletin, 1909, p. 69, ill. 

Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1909. 

BROWN, George Loring. American; born 1814 at Boston; died 
there 1889. Pupil of Washington Allston; of Isabey in 
Paris. Painted in Antwerp, Florence, Rome, and London. 

B81-1 VIEW AT AMALFI. The Bay of Salerno with fishing 

Gallery boats in the sunlight; a stony beach is in the foreground; 

16 white buildings are at the base of the cliffs that follow 

the curve of the shore at the right. 

H. 33I in. W. 53! in. Canvas. Signed: G. L. Brown, 

Rome 1857. 

Gift of William Church Osborn, 1903. 

BROWN, J. G. American; born 183 1 at Durham, England; died 

. 1913 in New York City. Pupil of William B. Scott 

at Newcastle-on-Tyne in England; School of the Royal 

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BROWN — BRUEGEL 

Academy at Edinburgh; National Academy of Design 
under Thomas S. Cummings at New York. Genre. 

B811-1 MEDITATION. A Catskill farmer's daughter is 
Gallery seated in a rocking-chair in a country kitchen. 

13 H, 30 in. W. 25 in. Canvas. Signed: J. G. Brown, 

N. A. 

Purchase, Hearn Fund, 1909. 

BROWN, John Lewis. French; born 1829 at Bordeaux; died 
1890 at Paris. Pupil of Roqueplan and of Belloc. 
Painted military and hunting scenes; also engraver. 

B812-1 FOX HUNTERS. Open country with horsemen in 
Gallery scarlet and yellow jackets preceded by a pack of hounds. 
17 H. 5f in. W. 4I in. Wood. Signed: f. L. Brown. 

1866. 
Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

BROZIK, Vacslav VON. Bohemian; born 185 1 at Tremoschna, 
near Pilsen; died 1901 at Paris. Studied at the Acad- 
emies of Prague, Dresden, and Munich under Piloty 
and Munkacsy; went to Paris in 1876. 

B821-1 CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS AT THE COURT OF 
FERDINAND THE CATHOLIC AND ISABELLA 
OF CASTILE. A room in the palace is crowded with 
courtiers; the King and Queen of Spain are about to 
sign the contiact with Columbus, April 17, 1492, which 
made possible his journey and the discovery of the New 
World. 

H. i^Sjin. W.225jin. Canvas. Signed: Brozik 1884. 
Gift of Morris K. Jesup, 1886. 

BRUEGEL, Jan the Elder; called Fluweelcn or Velvet Bruegel. 
Flemish; born 1568 at Biussels; died 1625 at Antwerp. 
Son of Pictcr Bruegel the Elder; the family name was 
sometimes signed Breughel. Pupil of Peter Goetkint at 
Antwerp, where he settled in 1596 after a visit to Italy. 
Landscapes. 

B83-1 THE HILL. On a roadway which leads over a hill 
Gallery are a cart, horsemen, peasants, and cows; at the right 
27 is a valley with a stream and villages. 

H. 7J in. W. io| in. Coppjr. 

Purchase, 1871. 

B83-2 THE WINDMILL. A mill is on a slight elevation at 
Gallery the left; small figures are in the foreground;^ in the 
26 distance are formal woods and villages. 

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BRUEGEL— BRUSH 

H. 7 J in. W. loj in. Copper. 
Purchase, 1877. 

BRUEGEL. Jan, the Younger. Flemish; born 1601 at Antwerp; 
died after 1677. Pupil of his father, Jan the Elder. 

B831-1 A FLEMISH VILLAGE. A town on the bank of a river; 

Gallery in the foreground at the right is a road with people; 

27 at the left the river, with trees on the far bank, extends 

to the horizon. 

H. 9i in. W. i2f in. Wood. 

Purchase, 1871. 

BRUEGEL, PiETER, THE Younger; called Hell Bruegel. Flem- 
ish; born 1564 at Antwerp; died there 1638. Pupil of 
his father, Pieter Bruegel the Elder, and of Gilles van 
Coninxloo. 

B832-1 GAMBLERS QUARRELING. (Rixe de Jeu entre 
Gallery Pay sans.) Peasants fighting out of doors after a game 
27 of cards; a flail and a pitchfork are being used by the two 

combatants while two other men and two women try to 
separate them; at the left a man approaches over a bridge; 
in the background at the right peasants are dancing in a 
village street. This is one of several copies, with dif- 
ferences, made by Pieter Bruegel the Younger from a lost 
painting by Pieter Bruegel the Elder. 
H.28fin. W. 4o|in. Wood. Signed: P. BREVGHEL. 
1619. 
Purchase, 1871. 

BRUGES MASTER OF THE LEGEND OF SAINT URSULA. 
Flemish; late fifteenth century. A disciple of Memling 
who lived at Bruges between 1470 and 1490. So called 
from his series of pictures in the cloister of the Black 
Sisters at Bruges. 

B833-1 MADONNA AND CHILD. The Madonna, seated, 
Gallery is seen to the knees against a gold niche; she prepares 
34 to suckle the nude Child. 

H. 22| in. W. 13^ in. Wood. Bulletin, 1909, p. 154. 

Gift of J. Pierpont Morgan, 191 7. 

BRUSH, George De Forest. American; born 1855 at Shelbyville, 
Tenn.; lives in New York City. Pupil of Gerome in 
Paris. 

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BRUSH — BUNCE 

B834-1 IN THE GARDEN. Full-length figures of a mother 
Gallery and two children standing in a garden; the mother's 
13 dress is reddish brown, and dark green drapery falls 

about the younger child, who is held in her left arm; the 
boy, who clings to her right arm, is dressed in olive-green. 
H. 37 in. W. i6f in. Canvas. Signed: George De 
Forest Brush 1906. Bulletin, 1907, p. 24, ill. 
Gift of George A. Hearn, 1906. 

B834-2 HENRY GEORGE. (1839-1897; founder of the single 

N. E. tax party; author of Progress and Poverty.) Life-size, 

Stairway full-length figure seated in an arm-chair; his legs are 

crossed, his left hand rests in his lap, and the right is on 

the arm of the chair; green carpet; brown wall with one 

picture. 

H. 64 in. W. 45xf in. Canvas. Signed: Geo. de For- 
est Brush 1893. Repainted 1903. Bulletin, 1914, p. 
75, ill. 
Bequest of August Lewis, 19 14. 

BUGIARDINI, GiuLiANO. Italian (Florentine); born 1475 at 
Florence; died there 1554. Pupil of Piero di Cosimo; 
influenced by Perugino, Francia, and Franciabigio; 
was assistant to Albertinelli and in 1508 was employed 
by Michaelangelo in the Sistine Chapel at Rome. 

B86-1 VIRGIN AND CHILD WITH INFANT ST. JOHN. 
The Virgin is seated on a marble bench and holds on 
her knee the nude Child; the head and shoulders of the 
adoring infant St. John are in the foreground at the 
right. 

H. 23 in. W. i8yVin. Wood. 
Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1906. 

BUNCE, W. Gedney. American; born 1840 at Hartford, Conn.; 
died there, 1916. Pupil of Cooper Union Schools and 
William Hart in New York, Achenbach in Munich, and 
Clays in Antwerp. Painted chiefly Venetian scenes. 

B88-1 MORNING VIEW IN VENICE. To the right, boats 
Gallery with sails; to the left, a buoy with signal shaft; low hori- 
13 zon and the sky reflected in the water. 

H.35|in. W. 55|in. Canvas. Signed: Gedney Bunce. 

Purchase, Hearn Fund, 1907. 

B88-2 EARLY MORNING; VENICE. Boats with orange 
Gallery sails are at the left near a point of land with trees; 
13 other boats are in the distance. 

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BUNCE — BUONAVENTURA 

H. I2| in. W. i6i in. Wood. Bulletin, 1909, p. 116, 

ill. 

Gift of George A. Hearn, 1909. 

B88-3 STUDIO OF F. D. MILLET AT EAST BRIDGE- 
WATER, MASS. (See Millet.) A low building in 
the middle distance at the right, is partly hidden by a 
maple with yellow foliage and by other trees. 
H. 13! in. W. iqyV in. Wood. Signed: W. G. Bunce. 
Gift of the artist, 19 12. • 

BUNKER, Dennis M. American; born 1861 at New York City; 
died 1890 at Boston. Pupil of National Academy of 
Design in New York; Hebert and Gerome in Paris. 

B881-1 THE ARTIST'S WIFE. Life-size portrait, seen almost 
Gallery to the waist ; she has light brown hair with a crown of 
12 leaves; blue-black gown. 

H. 23I in. W. 21 in. Canvas. 

Gift of several gentlemen, 1893. 

BUONAVENTURA, Segna di. Italian (Sienese). A follower of 
Duccio di Buoninsegna; active in the early years of the 
fourteenth century. In 1305-06 he made a painting for 
the Biccherna, or Treasury Office. 

B882-1 VIRGIN AND CHILD ENTHRONED, WITH 
Gallery SCENES FROM THE PASSION. Triptych with the 
33 Virgin and Child in the center. She wears a red robe 

and a black mantle. The Child is in brown. Angels 
and saints are on either side of her throne; the saints 
being — at left, Paul (brown mantle over blue robe), 
John the Baptist (red cloak); at right, Peter (green and 
black), John the Evangelist (blue cloak over red robe). 
Below are half-length figures of Saints Nicholas, Francis, 
Dominic, and Catherine. On the left-hand shutter are 
three scenes. The Betrayal, The Scourging of Christ, The 
Carrying of the Cross. On the right-hand shutter, two 
scenes. The Crucifixion and the Pietk. The background 
is gold and the predominant colors are red and black. 
The compositions are borrowed from the altarpiece of 
the Cathedral of Siena finished by Duccio in 1308. 
Center, H. 30I in. W. 16^ in.; right, H. 30I in. W. 
8j in.; left, H. 30! in. W. 8| in. Tempera on wood. 
Bulletin, 1919, p. 6, ill. 
Purchase, Rogers Fund, 191 8. 

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BURROUGHS — BUTLER 

BURROUGHS, Bryson. American; born 1869. Pupil of Art 
Students' League and Luc Olivier Merson. 

B94-1 CONSOLATION OF ARIADNE. Ariadne, in a black 
Gallery gown, and Bacchus are seated on rocks above a beach. 
15 In the background the followers of Bacchus disport 

themselves: the boat of Theseus sails away at the right. 
H. 30 in. W. 36 in. Canvas. Signed: BRYSON BUR- 
ROUGHS, 191 5. 
Purchase Heam Fund 19 18. 

BUTINONE, Bernardino; real name Bernardino Jacopi. Italian 
(Lombard); born before 1436 at Treviglio; died after 
1507. Influenced by Mantegna and by Vincenzo Foppa, 
whose pupil he is supposed to have been; many of his 
works were done with Bernardino Zenale. 

B97-1 SAINT JOHN THE EVANGELIST AND SAINT 
LAWRENCE. Full-length, standing figures. St. John, 
in a dark green tunic and red cloak, holds in his right 
hand a chalice and in his left an open book inscribed: 

IN PRICIPIO ERAT VERBVM ET VERBVM ERAT. At his 

feet an eagle stands on two books. St. Lawrence, in a 
deacon's vestment, consisting of a white alb and a dal- 
matic of cloth-of-gold, carries the palm branch of martyr- 
dom and the gridiron. The panel is apparently the 
right-hand shutter of a triptych. It has been ascribed 
to Macrino d'Alba, Defendente Deferrari, and others. 
H. 48^ in. W. 19I in. Tempera on wood. Bulletin, 
1915, p. 152, ill. 
Purchase, Rogers Fund, 191 5. 

BUTLER, George Bernard. American; born 1838 at New York 
City; died 1907 at Croton Falls, N. Y. 

B971-1 THE GRAY SHAWL. Life-size figure of a young 
Gallery woman, standing in front of a gray wall with her hands 
16 folded over a gray and red plaid shawl. 

H. 58 in. W. 32 in. Canvas. 

Gift of Henry P. Butler, 191 3. 



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c 

CABANEL, Alexandre. French; born 1823 at Montpellier; 
died 1889 at Paris. Pupil of Picot at Ecole des Beaux- 
Arts in Paris. Figure subjects. 

Cii-i CATHARINE LORILLARD WOLFE. (Born 1828 

Gallery at New York City; died there 1887. She bequeathed to 

1 7 the Museum her collection of paintings with a fund for its 

maintenance and increase.) Life-size, nearly full-length, 

standing; she is dressed in white satin trimmed with fur. 

H. 67^ in. W. 43f in. Canvas. Signed: Alex. Cabanel- 

1876. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

Cii-2 THE SHULAMITE. Life-size figure of a woman, seated 
S. W. on a blue rug; she wears a diaphanous white drapery and 
Stairway an orange scarf; an inner court, with columns having 

Egyptian decorations, forms the background. 

H. 565 in. W. 42^ in. Canvas. Signed: Alex 

CABANEL-1875. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

Ci 1-3 BIRTH OF VENUS. Life-size, full-length, nude female 
figure, lying on the sea; five Loves hover above her. 
Cabanel painted this subject several times; the first 
version is in the Luxembourg Gallery in Paris; the 
Museum picture is a little smaller and was painted 
to Mr. Wolfe's order; a still smaller replica is in the 
Gibson Collection of the Pennsylvania Academy of 
the Fine Arts, Philadelphia. 

H. 41 1 in. W. 71I in. Canvas. Signed: Alex. 
CABANEL-1875. 
Gift of John Wolfe, 1893. 

CALIARI, Carlo. Italian (Venetian); born 1570 at Venice; 
died there 1596. Pupil of his father, Paolo Caliari 
(Veronese), and of Jacopo Bassano. 

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CALIARl — CANALETTO 

C12-1 ALLEGORICAL FIGURES. Two women, one seated 

Gallery on a stone bench with her back toward the spectator, 

29 the other holding a gold vase in her raised right hand 

and a silver one in her skirt. 

H. 4of in. W. 30 in. Canvas. Bulletin, 1906, p. 74. 

Gift of Louis R. Ehrich, 1906. 

CALIARl, Paolo. See Veronese. 

CALLCOTT, Sir Augustus Wall. British (English); born 1779 
at Kensington, London; died there 1844. Pupil of 
Hoppner; visited Italy and was influenced by the work 
of Claude Lorraine. At first painted portraits; later only 
landscapes. 

C13-1 LANDSCAPE. A country road leading past a group 
Gallery of low, thatched cottages; in the foreground two men lie 
14 across the footpath. 

H. 28 in. W. 36 in. Canvas. 

Gift of George A. Hearn, 1896. 

CAMERON, D. Y. British (English); born 1865. Pupil of Glas- 
gow Art School and Edinburgh School of Art. Etcher 
and painter of landscapes. 

C14-1 SUNRISE ON BADENOCK HILLS. A river or lake 
Gallery in the foreground, with a mountain beyond, behind which 
19 the sun has set. 

H.27|in. W. 40y%in. Canvas. Signed: D.Y.Cameron. 

Purchase, The Harris Brisbane Dick Fund, 1917. 

CAMPIN, Robert. See Maitre de Flemalle. 

CANALETTO; real name Antonio Canale. Italian (Venetian); 
born 1697 at Venice; died there 1768. Pupil of his father, 
Bernardo Canale, a scene painter, and of Luca Carlevaris 
of Udine. Painted chiefly views of Venice. 

C16-1 SCENE IN VENICE; THE PIAZZETTA. Entrance 

Gallery to the Grand Canal; in the foreground is the Piazzetta 

29 with groups of people, the column of St. Theodore, and 

a corner of the library of St. Mark; the Molo, Dogana, 

and Santa Maria della Salute are seen across the 

Grand Canal. 

H. 5 if in. W. 51I in. Canvas. Bulletin, 191 1, p. 13, ill. 

Purchase, Kennedy Fund, 19 10. 

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CANALETTO — CARPACCIO 

C16-51 GRAND CANAL, VENICE. The Church of Santa 
Gallery Maria della Salute is in the foreground at the right. 
29 H. 28I in. W. 44^ in. Canvas. 

Lent by Mrs. Herbert L. Satterlee, 1916. 

CAPPELLE, Jan van de. Dutch, born 1624 or 1625 at Amster- 
dam; buried there 1679. Probably pupil of Simon de 
Vlieger. Marines. 

C17-1 MOUTH OF THE SCHELDT. Calm water with 
Gallery numerous vessels; a galleon is in the middle distance 
26 and near it a rowboat filled with men. 

H. 27 j\ in. W. 36! in. Wood. Signed: J V Cappel - (le?) 

Bulletin, 1912, p. 76, ill. 

Purchase, Leland Fund, 19 12. 

CAR] AN I; real name Giovanni de' Busi. Italian (Venetian); 
born about 1485; died after 1547. Is supposed to have 
been a pupil of Palma Vecchio. 

C181-1 RAPE OF HELEN. Paris holds Helen in his arms 
carrying her toward the ship which is anchored at the 
right; his companions in armor are attacking the by- 
standers, some of whom are moving away at the left; 
landscape background. 
H. 44tV iri- W. 1 1 1 If in. Canvas. 
Purchase, Rogers Fund, 19 12. 

CARLSEN, Emil. American; born 1853 at Copenhagen, Den- 
mark; came to the United States in 1872; lives in New 
York City. Studied architecture at Danish Royal 
Academy; chiefly self-taught. Marines and still life. 

C19-1 STILL LIFE. A grayish basket with a white cloth 
Gallery hanging over the edge; a fish lies in front of the basket 
12 and clams are at the right. 

H.34|in. W. 38y^^ in. Canvas. Signed: Emil Carlsen. 
Gift of William A. Read, 1905. 

C19-2 THE OPEN SEA. Blue, white-capped waves; wide ex- 
Gallery panse of cloudy sky. 

15 H. 47I in. W. 57I in. Canvas. Signed: Emil Carlsen. 

1909. 
Gift of George A. Hearn, 1910. 

CARPACCIO, ViTTORE. Italian (Venetian); born probably in 
1455 at Venice or Istria; died shortly before 1527. 
Pupil of Lazzaro Bastiani; follower of Gentile Bellini. 

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CARPACCIO — CASSATT 

C22-^i MEDITATION ON THE PASSION. The dead body 
Gallery of Christ reclines on a ruined marble throne of Renais- 
30 sance workmanship; at each side sits an em-aciated, 

scantily clothed old man, perhaps St. Onuphrius, the 
one to the left being St. Jerome. Landscape background 
with animals; in the distance there is a town on the 
bank of a river at the foot of a cultivated hill. 
H. 27! in. W. 34I in. Wood. Inscribed with a false 
signature: ANDREAS MANTINEA F. Bulletin, 191 1, 
p. 191, ill. 
Purchase, Kennedy Fund, 191 1. 

CASILEAR, John W. Amerioan; born 181 1 at New York City; 
died 1893 at Saratoga, N. Y. Began life as a bank- 
note engraver; studied in Europe in 1840 and in 1857. 
Landscapes. 

C26-1 DISTANT VIEW OF THE CATSKILLS. Two large 
Gallery trees are at the left; cows wade in a stream in the fore- 
16 ground; meadows beyond and distant blue mountains. 

H. 30I in. W. 54yV in. Canvas. Initialed: J W C-91. 
Gift of Mrs. Rebecca A. Goldsmith, 1897. 

C26-2 LAKE GEORGE. Rocky shore and a clump of trees 
Gallery at the left; mountains in the distance. 

16 H. 20i% in. W. 29I in. Canvas. Monogrammed: 

JWC '57. 

Bequest of Maria De Witt Jesup, from the collection of 

her husband, Morris K. Jesup, 191 5. 

CASSATT, Mary. American; born at Pittsburg, Pa,; lives in 
Paris. Pupil of Manet. 

C27-1 MOTHER AND CHILD. Le Lever de Bebe. A 

Gallery nude child is seated on the edge of a bed with the 

15 mother seated on a chair at the bedside drying the 

baby's feet; green painted furniture. 

H. 36I in. W. 29 in. Canvas. Signed: Mary Cas- 

satt. Bulletin, 1909, p. 54, ill. 

Purchase, Hearn Fund, 1909. 

C27-51 LADY AT THE TEA-TABLE. An elderly lady, seen 

Gallery to the waist wearing a dark blue dress and a lace scarf 

12 over her head, sits behind a tea-table on which is a set 

of blue and gold china. 

H. 29 in. W. 24 in. Canvas. Signed: Mary Cassatt, 

1885. 

Lent anonymously, 19 18. 



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CATENA— CAZ IN 

CATENA, ViNCENZO. Venetian; active 1495-1531; born at Tre- 
viso; died at Venice. A disciple of Giovanni Bellini; 
influenced by Carpaccio and Giorgione. 

C28-1 THE CIRCUMCISION. Half-length figures; the Vir- 
Gallery gin in red robe, blue mantle, and white scarf holds the 
30 nude Child to the high priest, a long-bearded old man 

wearing an orange cloth about the head and a white em- 
broidered vestment that a clean-shaven man at the left 
holds back, disclosing its red lining. St. Joseph is back 
of the Christ Child, and at the right is a woman in green 
who has a scarf of silk, pink in the lights and lavender in 
the shadows, about the head and neck. The table cover 
in the center is gray. Landscape background. This is 
a copy of a painting perhaps by Giovanni Bellini, several 
versions of which exist — one in the National Gallery (No. 
1455) attributed to Giovanni Bellini but given to Catena 
by Berenson. Another version was in the Orleans Gal- 
lery, and still another in the Leuchtenberg Collection; 
the whereabouts of the last two are not known. 
H. 26f in. W. 4of in. Wood. Inscribed: JOANNES 
BELLINVS, PM D X I. 
Gift of J. Pierpont Morgan, 1917. 

CAZIN, Jean Charles. French; born 1841 at Samer, Pas-de- 
Calais; died 1901 at Lavandou near Toulon. Pupil 
of Ecole des Arts Decoratifs under Lecoq de Boisbaudran. 
In 1868 was appointed Director of the Ecole des Beaux- 
Arts at Tours and later Curator of the Museum in that 
city. Landscapes, usually with figures. 

C31-1 LANDSCAPE. A stream is in the foreground and at 
the right a country road bordered by trees; there are 
masses of violet clouds and above the bushes at the left 
is a rainbow. 

H. 32I in. W. 39§ in. Canvas. Signed: J. C. CAZIN. 
Bulletin, 191 1, p. loi, ill. 
Bequest of Robert G. Dun, 191 1. 

C31-2 A FORMER ROYAL HIGHWAY. At the right is a 
row of farm buildings with thatched roofs; a woman 
stands in the road, and a wagon in the distance is disap- 
pearing between the two rows of thin trees. 
H. 4i§ in. W. 485 in. Canvas. Signed: J. C. CAZIN. 
Bequest of Maria De Witt Jesup, from the collection of 
her husband, Morris K. Jesup, 191 5. 

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CAZIN — CHAPLIN 

C31-3 FAUBOURG DE CHARENTON. Buildings by the 
Gallery river at dusk, with street lights beginning to show. 
19 H. Ill in. W. 161 in. Wood. Signed: J. C. CAZIN. 

Purchase, The Harris Brisbane Dick Fund, 191 7. 

CEREZO, Mateo, Spanish; born 1635 at Burgos; died 1675 (or 
1685) at Madrid. Pupil of his father and of Juan Carreno 
de Miranda. 

C33-1 PORTRAIT OF A CARDINAL. Life-size, seated, 
seen to the waist; he wears a red robe beneath a white 
surplice and on his head is a red biretta. 
H. 28^ in. W. 22f in. Canvas. 
Gift of Stanford White, 1906. 

CERMAK, Jaroslav. Hungarian; born 183 1 at Prague; died 
1878 at Paris. Pupil of Prague Academy; of Wappers 
and of Gallait in Belgium. t 

C331-1 THE SLAVE. Life-sizefigureof an oriental woman, seen 
to the knees; she is standing against a red curtain and 
looks out of a window at the right; her left hand 
rests upon a cross which hangs about her neck; 
she wears a black shawl over her head, a brown cloak, and 
a wide jeweled girdle. 

H. 57I in. W. 38! in. Canvas. Signed: Jaroslav Cer- 
mak Paris 1878. 
Bequest of Henry H. Cook, 1905. 

CEULEN. See Janssens van Ceulen. 

CEZANNE, Paul. French; born 1839 at Aix-en-Provence; died 
there 1906. Studied at the Academie Suisse in Paris. 
Early work influenced by Manet and the impressionists. 

C332-1 THE POORHOUSE ON THE HILL. La Colline 

Gallery des Pauvres. A scene in southern France with wooded 

21 hills; on the nearest hillside at the left of the center is a 

group of buildings; brilliant sunlight. 

H. 25 in. W. 32 in. Canvas. Signed: P. Cezanne. 

Bulletin, 1913, p. 108, ill. 

Purchase, Wolfe Fund, 191 3. 

CHAPLIN, Charles. French; born 1825 at Les Andelys; 
died 1 891 at Paris. Pupil of Drolling at the Ecole des 
Beaux-Arts in Paris. 

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CHAPLIN — CHASE 

C36-1 HAID£E. (The heroine of Byron's Don Juan.) Life- 
Gallery size figure of a young woman, seen to the waist; a tam- 
18 bourine is held in her right hand. 

H.4o|in. W. 25|in. Canvas. Signed: Ch. Chaplin 1873. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

CHAPMAN, Charles S. American; born 1879. Pupil of Wil- 
liam M. Chase and W. Appleton Clark. 

C362-1 IN THE DEEP WOODS. A forest with rocks and huge 
Gallery trees, in winter; woodmen with a horse sledge are in the 
1 5 foreground. 

H. 6o| in. W. 36 in. Canvas Signed: Charles S. 

Chapman, 1917. 

Purchase, Hearn Fund, 19 17. 

CHARDIN, Jean Baptiste Simeon. French; born 1699 at 
Paris; died there 1779. Pupil of Pierre Jacques Cazes 
and later of Noel Coypel. Painted still life, interiors, 
and portraits. 

C37-1 PREPARATIONS FOR A BREAKFAST. Les Ap- 

Gallery prets d'un Dejeuner. On a stone shelf are a slice of 

20 meat on a pewter plate, a wine bottle, a silver mug, 

and part of a loaf of bread with a knife sticking in it. 

H. 26I in. W. 22f in. Canvas. Bulletin, 1912, p. 229, ill. 

Purchase, Wolfe Fund, 19 12. 

C37-2 YOUNG WOMAN KNITTING. A young woman in 
a striped blue dress, a white apron checked with blue lines, 
a pink and white neckerchief, and white cap sits by a 
table on which are a work-basket and a slice of bread. 
The authorities who attribute this picture to Chardin 
consider it a very early work. 
H. 36^ in. W. 28I in. Canvas. 
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac D. Fletcher Collection. 
Bequest of Isaac D. Fletcher, 19 17. 

CHASE, William M. American; born 1849 at Franklin, Ind.; 
lived chiefly in New York City, where he died 1916. Pupil 
of B. F. Hayes in Indianapolis; J. O. Eaton in New York; 
Wagner and Piloty in Munich. Portraits, still life, and 
landscapes. 

C38-1 PORTRAIT OF A LADY IN BLACK. An interior 
Gallery with a life-size, full-length, standing figure; her left 
12 hand is on her hip and the right rests on a mahogany 

table near a pink rose. 

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CHASE — CHRISTOPHSEN 

H. 74 in. W. 36 in. Canvas. Signed: Wm. M.Chase. 
Gift of Mrs. William M. Chase, 1891. 

C38-2 CARMENCITA. Full-length figure, dancing with cas- 
tanets; black gown trimmed with yellow bands. 
H. 70 in. W. 40I in. Canvas. Signed: W. M. Chase. 
Gift of Sir William Van Home, 1906. 

C38-3 SEVENTEENTH CENTURY LADY. About half 

Gallery life-size, full-length figure, standing in front of a closed 

15 curtain with her back toward the spectator; she wears 

a iow-necked white satin gown. 

H. 36I in. W. 24 in. Canvas. Signed: Wm. M. Chase. 

Purchase, Hearn Fund, 1907. 

C38-4 STILL LIFE. Three fish partly lying on a platter' 

Gallery on which is a red apple; two green peppers, a bright red 

15 bowl, and a tall copper vessel are on the dark green 

table. 

H. 40I in. W. 45 in. Canvas. Signed: Wm. M. Chase. 

Purchase, Hearn Fund, 1908. 

C38-5 THE HALL AT SHINNECOCK. An interior with a 

Gallery lady (Mrs. Chase) seated on a sofa near a window at the 

12 right; she is sewing and wears a pink bodice and white 

skirt. 

H.4o|in. W. 35in. Canvas. Signed: Wm. M. Chase. 

Purchase, Lazarus Fund, 191 7. 

C38-6 JAMES A. McNeill WHISTLER. (American painter; 

Gallery see Whistler.) Under life-size, standing with left hand 

12 daintily resting on a delicate stick. His hair is black 

but for his noted white lock and he wears a black frock 

coat; brown background and floor. 

H. 74! in. W. 36^ in. Canvas. Signed: To my friend 

Whistler Wm. M. CHASE London 1885. 

Bequest of William H. Walker, 1918. 

CHAVET, Victor. French; born 1822 at Aix; died 1906. Pupil 
of Revoil and Roqueplan. 

C39-1 IN FULL DRESS. Small figure of a lady in a white 
Gallery dress seated on a red sofa. 

18 H. 9 f in. W. 7I in. Canvas. Signed: V. Chavet--73. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 



CHRISTOPHSEN, Pieter. See Cristus, Petrus. 

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CHURCH 

CHURCH, Frederic E. American; born 1826 at Hartford, 
Conn.; died 1900 at New York City. Pupil of Thomas 
Cole at Catskill, N. Y. Imaginary landscapes. 

C47-1 THE AEGEAN SEA. A high cliff is at the left with 

Gallery a temple built in the rock; a ruined temple is on the 

16 shore near the sea; in the middle distance is an island 

with ruined classic buildings and above it a double 

rainbow; in the distance at the right is an oriental city. 

The Parthenon, Golden Horn, and Rock Temple are 

suggested. 

H. 54j in. W. 84! in. Canvas. Signed: F. E. 

CHURCH. 

Bequest of Mrs. William H. Osborn through William 

Church Osborn and Henry F. Osborn, 1902. 



C47-2 HEART OF THE ANDES. A stream flows from the 
Gallery mountains toward the foreground; at the right is a mass 
16 of trees and at the left, in a level spot surrounded by 

trees, is a grave with a cross; a mountain fills the middle 
distance and beyond at the left, range after range of 
snow-capped mountains rise against the sky. 
H. 66| in. W. 119! in. Canvas. Signed: 1859 F. E. 
CHURCH. Bulletin, 1909, p. 70. 
Bequest of Mrs. Margaret Dows, 1909. 

C47-3 THE PARTHENON. This temple to the goddess 
Gallery Athena was erected at Athens about 450 B.C.; was used 
16 as a Christian church from the sixth to the fifteenth 

century, when it was captured by the Turks and b\' 
them turned into a mosque; and was partly destroyed in 
1687, when the Venetians bombarded the Akropolis and 
exploded a powder magazine which the Turks had stored 
there. The remains of the sculptures were removed 
early in the nineteenth century and are now in the 
British Museum, London. 

H. 44i\ in. W. 72I in. Canvas. Signed: F E 
CHURCH 1871. Bulletin, 1915, p. 66, ill. 
Bequest of Maria De Witt Jesup, from the collection of 
her husband, Morris K. Jesup, 1915. 

CHURCH, Frederick S. American; born 1842 at Grand Rapids, 
Mich.; lives in New York City. Studied at the Academy 
of Design in Chicago under Walter Shirlaw, and at the 
National Academy in New York City under L. E. Wil- 
marth. 

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CHURCH— CLAYS 

C471-1 MOONRISE. A nude woman with auburn hair is 
Gallery partly seen through rolling green waves; back of her, in 

13 the water, is a crescent. 

H. 26 in. W. 22 in. Canvas, oval. Signed: F. S. 

CHURCH, N Y 1902. 

Purchase, George A. Hearn Fund, 1913. 

CI MA, Giovanni Battista; also known as II Conegliano. Italian 
(Venetian); born at Conegliano about 1460; died after 
1 5 17. Settled in Venice; a pupil of Alvise Vivarini; 
strongly influenced by Giovanni Bellini. 

C49-1 SAINT ROCH, SAINT ANTHONY, AND SAINT 

Gallery LUCY, Three full-length, standing figures; St. An- 

30 thony in brown with a blue cope, St. Roch in yellow tunic 

and blue hose with a brown cloak, St. Lucy in a green 

robe with a red cloak. Painted by an imitator of Cima. 

H. 50I in. W. 483^^ in- Canvas. Bulletin, 1907, p. 172, ill. 

Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1907. 

CLAIRIN, Georges Jules Victor. French; born 1843 at 
Paris; lives there. Pupil of Ecole des Beaux-Arts 
under Picot and Pils. 

C52-1 MOORISH SENTINEL. A Moor, wearing an orange- 
brown robe, a dark brown cloak, and a white turban, 
holds a long gun across his shoulders; he stands in front 
of a carved doorway, before which hangs a red rug; 
there is a glimpse beyond of people in an inner court. 
H. 27I in. W. 19I in. Canvas. Signed: G. Clairin. 
Bequest of Stephen Whitney Phoenix, 1881. 

CLAUDE LORRAINE; real name Claude Gellee, also known as Le 
Lorrain. French; born 1600 at the Chateau deChamagne 
near Charmes; died 1682 at Rome. Pupil of Agostino 
Tassi in Rome; of Deruet at Nancy. Landscapes. 

C57-1 A SEAPORT. To the right is the corner of a building 
Gallery with two large columns; in the foreground men are 

14 fishing on the beach; at the left are the towers of a 
city and vessels at anchor near shore. Attributed to 
Claude. 

H. 38! in. W. 48^^ in. Canvas. 
Gift of George A. Hearn, 1905. 

CLAYS, Paul Jean. Belgian; born i8i9at Bruges; died 1900 at 

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CLAYS — COHEN 

Brussels. Pupil of Suisse and of Gudin in Paris; settled 
in Brussels in 1852. Marines. 

C571-1 CELEBRATION OF THE FREEDOM OF THE 
PORT OF ANTWERP, 1863. At right and left are 
numerous large and small craft with flags flying; in the 
middle of the river is a white float carrying a statue of 
Liberty holding a scroll inscribed Scheldt Vry; in the 
distance is the city of Antwerp with its cathedral tower 
silhouetted against sunlit clouds. 
H. 48! in. \V. 79 in. Canvas. Signed: P. J. Clays. 
Gift of the artist and of several gentlemen, 1881. 

COCK, Cesar De. Belgian; born 1823 at Ghent; died there 1904. 
Pupil of the Academy of Ghent and of De Notre. Land- 
scapes. 

C64-1 LANDSCAPE; SPRING. Through the center of the pic- 
Gallery ture flows a stream which reflects grassy banks and green 
18 trees; on the near shore a little boy is seated fishing. 

H. 34^ in. W. 52! in. Canvas. Signed: Cesar De 

Cock. 1878. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

COCK, Xavier de. Belgian; born 1818; died 1896 at Deurne, 
Belgium. 

C641-1 CHILDREN CALLING TO THE COWS. 
H. 22^ in. W. 32^ in. Canvas. 
Bequest of Eliza W. Howland, 1917. 

COFFIN, William A. American; born 1855 at Allegheny, Pa.; 
lives at Jennerstown, Pa. Pupil of Bonnat in Paris. 
Landscapes. 

C65-1 THE RAIN. A green hillside with scattered trees; 
Gallery storm clouds are at the left. 

12 H. 30 in. W. 40I in. Canvas. Signed: Wm. A. Coffin. 

Gift of several gentlemen, 1892. 

C65-2 A DECEMBER NIGHT. 
Gallery H. 25I in. W. 30 in. Signed: Wm. A. Coffin. 
12 Purchase, Hearn Fund, 19 19. 

COHEN, Lewis. American; born 1858, at London; died August 
4, 191 5, at New York City. Pupil of Alphonse Legros, 
J. Watson Nicholl, and A. S. Cope. 

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COHEN — COLE 

C66-I PUENTE SAN MARTIN, TOLEDO. The bridge ex- 
Gallery tends diagonally across the picture; the city in sunlight 
12 is shown on the farther bank and the foreground is in 

shadow. 

H. 28 in. W. 36^ in. Canvas. Signed: Lewis Cohen. 

Gift of Stanley A. Cohen, 19 18. 

COLE, Thomas. American; born 1801 at Bolton le Moor, Eng- 
land; died 1848 near Catskill, N. Y. Settled in Ohio; 
studied in England, France, and Italy, but lived the 
greater part of his life in New York City. 

C671-1 IN THE CATSKILLS. Woods in the foreground, 
farm lands beyond, and a range of the Catskill Mountains 
in the distance. 

H. 39 in. W. 63 in. Canvas. Signed: Cole 1837. 
Gift, in memory of Jonathan Sturges, by his children, 
1895. 

C671-2 VALLEY OF THE VAUCLUSE. In the middle dis- 
tance at the right are cliffs with an old castle; sunny 
foreground with broken rocks and a bent pine which 
overhangs the rushing water. 

H. 69 in. W. 49i in. Canvas. Signed: T. Cole Roma 184 1. 
Gift of William E. Dodge, 1903. 

C671-3 ROMAN AQUEDUCT. In the foreground is a mass 
of masonry with ruins of giant piers and vaulted roofs 
at the right; diagonally across the middle distance is a 
series of broken aqueduct arches; beyond, the Campagna 
stretches to the foothills of the Alban mountains, which 
are partly enveloped in mist. 

H. 14! in. W. 23I in. Canvas. Signed on the back: 
T. Cole, Florence, 1832; inscribed: Presented to W. A. 
Adams by T. Cole 1834. 
Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1903. 

C671-4 THE TITAN'S GOBLET. A landscape of mountains 
Gallery and sunset sky forms the background for an enormous 
16 goblet symbolic of the Norse legend of the Tree of Life. 

The stem of the goblet is a massive tree trunk, the out- 
spread branches of which hold an ocean dotted with 
sails and surrounded by forests and plains in which appear 
Greek ruins and modern Italian buildings, typical of 
ancient and modern civilization. 

H. 19! in. W. i6i in. Canvas. Signed: T. Cole 1833. 
Gift of Mrs. Samuel P. Avery, 1904. 

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COLE — COLMAN 

C671-5 OXBOW. (The picture shows the Connecticut River 
near Northampton.) In the foreground is a rocky hilltop 
with bare trees at the left and near the center an artist 
is sketching; in the middle distance at the right a plain 
with a winding river stretches to the distant hills; 
storm clouds are at the left. 

H. 51^ in. W. 76 in. Canvas. Bulletin, 1908, p. 229. 
Gift of Mrs. Russell Sage, 1908. 

C671-6 THE MOUNTAIN FORD. An imaginary landscape 
with a gnarled tree at the right, a rocky ledge in the 
foreground where a rider on a white horse is fording a 
rushing river, and in the distance a steep crag. 
H. 28j in. W. 403V in- Canvas. Signed: T COLE 
1846. Bulletin, 191 5, p. 64; ill. p. 69. 
Bequest of Maria De Witt Jesup, from the collection of 
her husband, Morris K. Jesup, 191 5. 

COLLINS, Alfred Q. American; born 1855 at Portland, Me.; 
died 1903 at Cambridge, Mass. Pupil of Bonnat in 
Paris. 

C69-1 THE ARTIST'S WIFE. Life-size portrait, seen to 
Gallery the waist; she wears a sage green low-necked dress; 
12 gray-green background. 

H. 27 in. W. 22yV in- Canvas. Bulletin, 1905, p. 10, ill. 
Gift of friends of the artist, 1905. 

COLMAN, Samuel. American; born 1832 at Portland, Me.; 
died 1920 at New York City. Studied in Paris and Madrid. 

C71-1 VENICE; MOONRISE. In the foreground are the 
waters of the Giudecca with shipping; above the line of 
buildings at the left rise the Campanile and the domes of 
Santa Maria della Salute; in the distance at the right are 
San Giorgio Maggiore and the entrance to the Grand 
Canal. The sunset glow blends with the full moon. 
H. 23I in. W. 30 in. Canvas. Signed: Samuel Colman 1886. 
Gift of George I. Seney, 1888. 

C71 -2 SPANISH PEAKS; SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. 

Arid plains with a stream of water running through the 
center of the picture toward the right; in the middle 
distance are limestone rocks which appear like castle 
towers; in the distance the Spanish Peaks are seen 
against a late afternoon sky. 

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COLMAN — CONDER 

H. 3i|ini W. 72 J in. Canvas. Signed: Samuel Col- 
man 1887. 
Gift of H. O. avemeyer, 1893. 

COM AN, Charlotte B. American; born 1833 at Waterville, 
N. Y.; lives in New York City. Pupil of James R. 
Brevoort in New York; Harry Thompson and Emile 
Vernier in Paris. Landscapes. 

C73-1 CLEARING OFF. A broad expanse of rolling country 
with a narrow road winding toward the foreground at 
the left; the distant blue hills are partly hidden by rain 
clouds. 

H. 27I in. W. 36I in. Canvas. Signed: C. B. Coman. 
Gift of friends of the artist through Mrs. H. Butterworth, 
1912. 

COMTE, Pierre Charles. French, born 1823 at Lyons; died 
1895 at Paris. Pupil of Delaroche, Horace Vernet, and 
Robert-Fleury. Genre. 

C731-1 LADY AT HER TOILET. She wears a red dress in 
S. W. the sixteenth century style, and is seated arranging 
Staircase jewels in her hair. 

H. i7yV in. W. 13 in. Wood. Signed: P. C. Comte. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

CONANT, Alban Jasper. American; born 182 1 at Chelsea, 
Vt.; died 191 5 in New York City. Portraits. 

C74-1 DR. JAMES Mc COSH. (181 1-1894; President of Prince- 
ton College, 1868-1888.) Life-size figure, seen to below 
the knees; he is seated in a red upholstered chair and 
holds a book on his lap; he has white hair and side 
whiskers. 

H.48yVin. W. 36^ in. Canvas. Signed: A.J. Conant 1891. 
Gift of Mrs. William H. Bliss, 1910. 

CONDER, Charles. British (English); born 1868 in London; 
died there 1909. Pupil of Julian Academy in Paris. 

C75-1 THE SPANISH PIAZZA. Painting for a fan. At the 
left, a woman is dancing and a man stands back of her; 
three women are at the right; in the center, above a 
classical building, is a cartouche with landscape. 
H. 5I in. W. 19I in. (size of mount). Silk. Signed: 
CONDER. Bulletin, 1912, p. 57, ill. 
Purchase, Rogers Fund, 191 1. 

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CONEGLIANO — CONSTABLE 
CONEGLIANO. See Cima. 

CONINCK, Pierre Louis Joseph de. French; born 1828 at 
Meteren; died there 19 10. Pupil of Cogniet at Ecole 
des Beaux-Arts in Paris. 

C76-1 ITALIAN CHILDREN AT A WELL. Life-size figures 
S. W. of two little girls; one holds a distaff, the other leans over 
Stairway the well-curb, and plays with a lizard. 

H. 59! in. W. 42I in. Canvas. Signed: P. de Coninck. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 



CONRAD VON CREUZNACH; see Faber, Conrad. 

CONSTABLE, John. British (English); born 1776 at East Berg- 
holt; died 1837 at London. Copied drawings of Girtin; 
studied at the Royal Academy Schools. Landscapes 
and portraits. 

C762-1 BRIDGE ON THE STOUR. An arched brick bridge. 

Gallery resting in part on an island, stretches across the middle 

14 distance and is reflected in the river; a rustic fence and 

shrubbery are in the foreground at the right and cattle 

are grazing beyond. 

H. 25! in. W. 32! in. Canvas. 

Gift of George A. Hearn, 1897. 

MRS. PULHAM. Life-size portrait of an elderly lady, 

seen to below the waist; she wears a black dress with 

the collar faced in blue and a black bonnet trimmed with 

blue. 

H. 29! in. W. 24xV in- Canvas. 

Gift of George A. Hearn, 1906. 

C762-3 TOTTENHAM CHURCH. A wide expanse of green 

Gallery lawn with the church and its tower in the middle dis- 

24 tance. Constable lived in the Tottenham section of 

London from 1823 until his death. 

H. 20^ in. W. i8| in. Canvas. Bulletin, 191 5, p. 

88; ill. p. 93. 

Bequest of Maria De Witt Jesup, from the collection of 

her husband, Morris K. Jesup, 191 5. 

C762-4 ^j GLEBE FARM WITH A VIEW OF LANGHAM 

Gallery ^ CHURCH. The farm is on the high bank of a brook 

24 "^ at the right; beyond it a church tower and trees. Trees 

are on the opposite bank in the left foreground; heavy 

cumulous clouds and strong blue sky. A cow is drinking 



C762-2 
Gallery 

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51 



CONSTABLE — COPLEY 

from the brook at the right. A picture of similar subject 

and composition is in the National Gallery at London 

(No. 1274). 

H. 24§ in. W. 31^ in. Canvas. 

Mr. and Mrs. Isaac D. Fletcher Collection. 

Bequest of Isaac D. Fletcher, 191 7. 

CONSTANT. See Benjamin-Constant. 

COPLEY, John Singleton. American; born 1737 at Boston; 
died 181 5 at London where he went in 1774. Chiefly 
self-taught. Portraits and historical subjects. 

C79-1 MARY STORER GREEN. (Mary Storer was born 
Gallery 1736 or 1737 in Boston; married in 1757 Edward Green, 
16 1 733-1 790; married a second time in 1791 to Benjamin 

Hall.) Life-size, seen almost to the waist; she wears a 
low-necked blue dress with white lace and a pink rose is 
at her breast; three strings of pearls are about her neck. 
H. 23 in. W. i7^in. Pastel. Signed: John S. Copley 
fee. 1765. Bulletin, 1908, p. 37, ill. 
Purchase, Curtis Fund, 1908. 

C79-2 MARY SHERBURNE BOWERS. (Mary Sherburne, 
Gallery born about 1739, was the daughter of Joseph Sherburne 
16 of Boston and married Jerathmel Bowers, whose home 

was in Rhode Island. The portrait came direct from the 
family.) Life-size figure seated on a bench in front of a 
tree; she wears a low-necked, white satin dress with an 
over-dress of royal purple silk edged with gilt braid; a pink 
rose is at her breast, a string of pearls is about her neck, 
and pearls are twined in her hair; the left hand rests on the 
arm of the seat and the right holds a Blenheim spaniel 
that lies in her lap. 

H. 49I in. W.39f in. Canvas. Bulletin, 1916, p. 21 ; ill. p. i. 
Purchase, Rogers Fund, 191 5. 

C79-51 REVEREND DANIEL GREENLEAF. (Born 1680? 
at Newbury, Mass.; died 1763 at Boston, Mass.; was 
graduated from Harvard in 1699; practised medicine for 
about six >'ears; was pastor of the Congregational Church 
at Yarmouth, Mass., 1708 to 1727, and later becam.e a 
merchant in Boston.) Life-size, seen to below the 
waist; he wears a white wig and black surplice; in his right 
hand is an open book which rests upon his left forearm. 
H. 34 in. W. 28j in. Canvas. 
Lent by Richard C. Greenleaf, 19 13. 

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THE SLEEP OF DIANA 
BY JEAN BAPTISTE CAMFLLE COROT 




?_. |[>#-iji?fe* 




PI ETA 
BY CARLO CRIVELLI 



COPLEY — COROT 

C79-52 REVEREND WILLIAM SMITH. (Of Weymouth, 
Mass.) Life-size portrait of an old man, seen almost to the 
waist; he wears a white wig and black surplice. 
H. 2^f^ in. W. i8f in. Pastel. 
Lent by Richard C. Greenleaf, 191 3. 

CORNEILLE DE LYON (Claude). French; died after 1576; 
influenced by the Franco-Flemish portraitists of the court 
of Francis I. 

C8-1 PORTRAIT OF A MAN IN WHITE FUR COAT 

AND CAP WITH FEATHER. An unfinished por- 
trait (only the under painting in brown and black being 
done) of a young man with slight moustache and beard; 
he wears a black hat with a feather and a fur coat over 
a tight-fitting doublet. 
H. 7 in. W. 5^ in. Wood. 
Gift of J. Pierpont Morgan, 191 7. 

COROT, Jean Baptiste Camille. French (Barbizon); born 
1796 at Paris; died 1875 at Ville d'Avray. Pupil of 
Michallon and of Bertin in Paris. Landscapes and 
figure subjects. 

C81-1 VILLE D'AVRAY. (Near Paris.) A pond seen through 
Gallery light foliage; in the foreground is a peasant woman, 
17 half kneeling; in the distance are several villas. 

H. 2 if in. W. 31^ in. Canvas. Signed: COROT. 

Recorded in Robaut, No. 2003, under the title, L'Etang 

vu a travers la feuillee. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

C81-2 THE SLEEP OF DIANA. A wooded hill at the left, 

Gallery a few tall trees at right, and water in the distance; in 

17 the foreground a partly nude female figure lies on the 

ground with a red drapery beneath her and two cupids 

holding a filmy drapery above her; the moon lights the 

distant river and hills. Painted in 1865 but retouched 

in 1868 and the date altered. 

H. 78 in. W. 53f in. Canvas. Signed: COROT 1868. 

Bulletin, 1909, p. 27, ill. Recorded in Robaut, No. 1633B. 

Purchase, Wolfe Fund, 1908. 

C81-3 A RIVER SCENE. La Riviere a la Tour Lointaine. 

Gallery The river flows at the right; near the shore is a man in 
21 a small boat; in the foreground at the left two women 

and a child stand beside a tree; in the distance a square 
tower is silhouetted against the evening sky. 

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C8i-4 
Gallery 

21 



COROT 

H. 21^ in. W. 3o| in. Canvas. Signed: C. COROT. 
Bulletin, 191 1, p. 98, ill. Recorded in Robaut, No. 1700. 
Bequest of Robert G. Dun, 191 1. 

SOUVENIR OF NORMANDY. Marshy foreground 

where a woman, wearing a white hood, is gathering 

flowers; in the middle distance are two pollard willows 

and others are on the shore at the right; beyond is a 

group of red-roofed huts near which is a small boat with 

furled sail; the river is at the left. 

H. i6|in. W. 25yVin. Canvas. Signed: COROT. 

Recorded in Robaut, No. 1687, under the title L'Etang 

Picard. 

Bequest of Benjamin Altman, 19 13. 

C81-5 THE FERRYMAN. In the foreground at the right, a 

Gallery bark with the ferryman and two peasant women is being 

2.1 pushed off from the shore, where there is a large tree with 

sparse foliage; at the left is the river and in the dis- 
tance a village is seen on high ground. 

H. 261% in. W. i9y\ in. Canvas. Signed: COROT. 

Bulletin, 1914, p. 252, ill. Recorded in Robaut, No. 

1728, under the title, Passeur atterrissant avec deux 

paysannes dans sa barque. 

Bequest of Benjamin Altman, 1913. 

C81-6 A LANE THROUGH THE TREES. A woman and a 

Gallery child are in the foreground at the left and in the distance 

21 a woman is walking toward the opening between the two 

lines of trees; sunlight strikes through the branches; a 

river is at the right. 

H. 24 in, W. 18 in. Canvas. Signed: COROT. Bul- 
letin, 1914, p. 253, ill. Recorded in Robaut, No. 2103, 
under the title, Alice sous bois. 
Bequest of Benjamin Altman, 1913. 

C81-7 EVENING ON THE RIVER. Trees are on the shore 
at the right and a single tree stands on a point of land 
at the left; near the center of the stream is a boat with a 
figure wearing a red cap. 

H. 14! in. W. 20y^^ in. Canvas. Signed: COROT. 
Bequest of Maria De Witt Jesup, from the collection of 
her husband, Morris K. Jesup, 1915. 

C81-8 VILLE D'AVRAY; WOODED BANKS OF THE POOL 

Gallery WITH A WOMAN GATHERING FAGOTS. The 

21 pool is seen between the leafy branches of the trees that 

border its near bank; the woman wears a blue blouse and 



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COROT — COSIMO DI MARIANO 

a brown skirt. Buildings show on the wooded hills of 
the opposite bank. The same place is represented in 
C81-1 of the Wolfe Collection. This picture dates from 
the period 1871-74. Robaut's catalogue, number 2097. 
H. 28I in. W. 22^ in. Canvas. Signed: COROT, 
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac D. Fletcher Collection. 
Bequest of Isaac D. Fletcher, 191 7. 

C81-9 TWO MEN IN A SKIFF. A narrow stream bordered 

Gallery with willows; the skiff is in the foreground; a church 

21 tower in the distance; a silvery gray color over all. 

Robaut's catalogue, number 2241. About 1872. 

H. 16 in. W. 12I in. Canvas Signed: COROT. 

Mr. and Mrs. Isaac D. Fletcher Collection. 

Bequest of Isaac D. Fletcher, 19 17. 

C81-10 THE BOHEMIANS. A clump of trees occupies the 
Gallery center and left of the canvas; a single tree trunk at the 
21 right; between are two groups of figures — a bearded man 

pointing out a neighboring house to a young girl and a 
boy, and two women sitting in the shrubbery near their 
camp-fire, the glow of which begins to be evident in the 
evening light. The sun has set, but some clouds still hold 
its last brilliance. Robaut's catalogue, number 2216. 
H. 2 if in. W. 31^ in. Canvas. Signed: COROT 1872. 
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac D. Fletcher Collection. 
Bequest of Isaac D. Fletcher, 19 17. 



CORREGGIO; real name Antonio Allegri. Italian; born 1494 
at Correggio, a small town near Modena; died there 1534, 

C811-2 FOUR SAINTS. Full-length, life-size figures, standing 

Gallery near a group of trees. At the left, St. Peter, with key and 

29 book, wears a blue robe and yellow mantle; St. Martha, 

dressed in green, has her foot on the head of a dragon; 

Mary Magdalen wears a yellow robe and red cloak 

and holds her jar of ointment; at the extreme right St. 

Leonard, in a monk's brown habit, holds his prison 

fetters. An early work painted about 1515. Known as 

the Ashburton altarpiece. 

H. 87! in. W. 63! in. Canvas. Bulletin, 1913, p. 26, ill. 

Purchase, Kennedy Fund, 1912. 

COSIMO. See Piero di Cosimo. 



COSIMO DI MARIANO, Angelo. See Bronzino. 

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COSTA — COUR BET 

COSTA, Lorenzo. Italian (Ferrarese-Bolognese); born about 
1460 at Ferrara; died 1535 at Mantua. Supposed to 
have been a pupil of Cosimo Tura and of Francesco 
Cossa. 

C82-1 THREE SAINTS. Life-size, full-length figures; St. 
Francis in the center, at the right St. Ursula, and at the 
left St. Catherine. 

H. 85I in. W. 68^ in. Tempera on wood. Signed: 
-L-COSTA-F. 
Gift of Rodman Wanamaker, 1907. 

COT, P. A. French; born 1837 at Bedarieux; died 1883 at Paris. 
Pupil of Cabanel, Cogniet, and Bouguereau in Paris. 

C821-1 THE STORM. A youth, with an animal's skin about 
Gallery his loins, and a girl, in diaphanous white drapery, are 
18 running down a hill before a coming storm. 

H. 92j in. W. 6if in. Canvas. Signed: P+A+COT, 

1880. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

COTMAN, John Sell. British (Norwich); born 1782 at Nor- 
wich; died 1842 at London. Studied architecture in 
London; also etching. Landscapes. 

C822-1 ENGLISH VILLAGE. A country road with a row 
Gallery of thatched cottages at the right; low bushes at the left. 
14 H. 15! in. W. 19! in. Canvas. 

Gift of George A. Hearn, 1906. 

C822-2 WORCESTER CATHEDRAL. The River Severn 

Gallery is at the right; on the shore in the foreground at the 

14 left are a number of people; the cathedral and town are 

on the far bank; cloudy sky. 

H. 27I in. W. 35I in. Canvas 

Gift of George A. Hearn, 191 2. 

COURBET, GusTAVE. French; born 1819 at Ornans; died 1877 
at La-Tour-de-Peiltz, near Vevey, Switzerland. Pupil 
of Steuben and of Hesse in Paris, where the greater part 
of his life was spent. 

C83-1 COAST SCENE. A desolate beach with a fishing-boat 
Gallery with bedraggled sails lying among scattered boulders; 
21 choppy green sea at the left. 

H, 25^ in. W. 32 in. Canvas. Signed: Gustave Courbet. 

Gift of Mrs. Mary Goldenberg, 1899. 

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COURBET— COUTURE 

C83-2 SNOW SCENE. Effet DE Neige. A massof rocks is at 

Gallery the left and in the shadow a doe and a fawn; groups of 

21 trees with reddish leaves are lightly covered with snow; in 

the foreground at the right is a frozen pool. 

H. 2o| in. W. 24j in. Canvas. Signed: G. Courbet. 

Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1906. 

C83-3 GUEYMARD IN THE ROLE OF ROBERT LE 
Gallery DIABLE. Gueymard, a famous tenor of the Paris 
21^ Opera, in a red, gold-trimmed tunic over a suit of chain 
mail, sits on the corner of the table holding aloft a dice 
box. It is at the moment in the first act when he sings, 
"Oui, I'or est une chimere." Two knights lean over the 
table to watch the throw; in the background at the right 
is the sinister figure of Bertram, his evil genius. 
H. 58J in. W. 42 in. Canvas. Signed: G. Courbet. 
Bulletin, 1919, p. 1 12, ill. 
Gift of Mrs. Elizabeth Milbank Anderson, 19 19. 

C83-51 WOMAN WITH A PARROT. Life-size, full-length, 
Gallery nude figure of ^a woman, lying on a couch with a green 
21 parrot resting on her raised left hand. 

H. 5iY^in. W. 77^ in. Canvas. Signed: 66 - Gustave 

Courbet. 

Lent anonymously, 1909. 



COUSE, E. Irving. American; born 1866. Pupil of National 
Academy of Design in New York; Bouguereau and Rob- 
ert Fleury in Paris. 

C831-1 THE PEACE PIPE. Three Indians, two almost nude, 

Gallery the other with a full feather head-dress and blanket, are 

16 crouched about a little fire. The pipe is held by the nude 

man with his back to the spectator: brown woods in the 

background. 

H. 26 in. W. 32 in. Canvas. Signed: E. I. Couse. 

Gift of Mrs. Clara B. Obrig, in memory of her husband, 

Adolph Obrig, 19 17. 



COWTURE, Thomas. French; born 181 5 at Senlis; died 1879 
at Villiers-le-Bel. Pupil of Gros and Delaroche in Paris. 
History and genre. 

C832-1 DAY DREAMS. A boy, about ten years of age, 

Gallery dressed in black velvet, lolls in an upholstered chair 

17 watching soap bubbles that he has just blown; at his 

right is a table with a glass of soapy water, books, a 

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top, etc. A laurel wreath hangs on the wall above the 
boy's head. 

H. 5 if in. W. 38! in. Canvas. Initialed: T. C. 
Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

COX, Kenyon. American; born 1856 at Warren, O.; died 1919 
at New York City. Pupil of McMicken School in Cin- 
cinnati; Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in Phil- 
adelphia; Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris under Gerome. 

C833-1 AUGUSTUS SAINT-GAUDENS. (1848-1907; Amer- 

Gallery ican sculptor.) Life-size, seen to the waist; he is standing 

12 in his studio at work. The original portrait, painted 

in 1887, was burned in the sculptor's studio at Windsor, 

Vt., in 1904; this replica was painted in 1908 from studies 

in the possession of the painter. 

H. 33I in. W. 46I in. Canvas. Signed: KENYON 

COX -1908. 

Gift of friends of the sculptor through A. F. Jaccaci, 1908. 



C833-2 THE HARP PLAYER. An* interior with a 
Gallery 



young 



woman m a red dress seated at a harp. 
12 H. 30 in. W. 18 in. Canvas. Signed: 

COX-1888. Bulletin, 1912, p. 102, ill. 
Purchase, Rogers Fund, 19 12. 



KENYON 



COYPEL, Noel Nicolas. French; born 1692 at Paris; died there 
1734. Pupil of his father, Noel Coypel, and of his 
mother, Franfoise Perrin. 

C834-1 VENUS WITH SEA NYMPHS AND AMOURS. 

Gallery Venus, seated upon a huge sea-shell, is upheld by sea 

20 gods, nymphs, and dolphins; above are cupids bearing 

flowers and zephyrs receiving two white doves that have 

been brought by Love in a golden chariot. 

H. 32! in. W. 26I in. Canvas. 

Gift of Mrs. Elizabeth W. Chapman, 1903. 

CRANACH, Lucas, the Elder; real name, Lucas Sunder. Ger- 
man (Saxon); born 1472 at Kronach, Bavaria; died 
1553 at Weimar. Pupil of his father; influenced by 
Albrecht Diirer and probably by Griinewald. After 1508 
he used a small winged serpent as signature. Portraits, 
biblical and mythological subjects; was also an en- 
graver. 

C85-2 PORTRAIT OF A MAN. (Probably an Electoral Duke 

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Gallery of Saxony.) He is seen to below the waist; the left 
34 hand grasps the hilt of a sword or dagger and the right *^- 

rests upon the pommel; he wears a black velvet biretta 
with jeweled plume and a black velvet doublet over a 
gathered white shirt with lace collar; scarlet background 
close to the head. 

H. 25! in. W. lyf in. Wood. Bulletin, 1908, p. 88, ill. 
Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1908. 

C85-3 JUDITH WITH THE HEAD OF HOLOFERNES. 

Gallery (The Book of Judith, one of the apocryphal books of the 
34 Old Testament dating from the Maccabean period, about 

129 B. C., tells how Judith, in order to deliver her native 
city which was being besieged by the Assyrians, gained 
admission to the tent of the Assyrian general, Holofernes, 
and slew him in his drunken sleep.) Life-size figure of 
Judith, standing back of a table on which lies the 
head of Holofernes; she is elaborately dressed and 
holds a sword in her raised right hand. 
H. 35j in. W. 24! in. Wood. Signed with the winged 
serpent. Bulletin, 191 1, p. 124, ill. 
Purchase, Rogers Fund, 191 1. 

CRANACH, Lucas, the Younger. German; born 15 15 at 
Wittenberg; died 1586 at Weimar. Pupil of his father, 
Lucas Cranach the Elder; influenced by Albrecht Diirer. 

C851-1 MADONNA AND CHILD. Half-length figure of 
the Madonna, seated and suckling the nude Child; she 
wears a black bodice and a red mantle; two cherubs 
hold a black drapery which forms the background. 
Attributed to Cranach the Younger. 
H. 19! in. W. 13I in. Wood. 
Gift of Louis Ehrich, 1895. 

CRANE, Bruce. American; born 1857 ^t New York City; lives 
there. Pupil of A. H. Wyant; also studied in Europe. 
Landscapes. 

C853-1 AUTUMN UPLANDS. A group of trees on a hill- 
Gallery side at the right; in the foreground a pile of cut logs. 
13 H. 27 in. W. 41 in. Canvas. Signed: Bruce Crane. 

Bulletin, 1909, p. 115, ill. 

Gift of George A. Hearn, 1909. 

CREDI, Lorenzo di. Italian (Florentine); born 1459 at Florence; 
died there 1537. Pupil of his father, Andrea di Credi, 
a goldsmith; assistant to Verrocchio. 

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C86-I MADONNA ADORING THE CHILD. Full-length, 
Gallery kneeling figure of the Madonna, wearing a violet robe 
30 and a blue mantle lined with yellow; her hands are 

clasped and she looks down at the nude Child who lies 
on the ground with a roll pillow and a light blue cloth 
beneath Him; at the left an angel supports the nude 
infant St. John, who kneels in adoration. The corner 
of a wall is immediately back of the Madonna; beyond is 
a landscape with a winding river and distant blue hills. 
Circular; diameter 36 in. Tempera on wood. Bulletin, 
1909, p. 186, ill. 
Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1909. 

CRISTUS, Petrus; also known as Pieter Christophsen. Flemish; 
born about 1400 at Baerle near Deynze; became a 
citizen of Bruges in 1444; died after 1472. Probably 
pupil of Jan Van Eyck. > 

C861-1 THE DEPOSITION FROM THE CROSS. The body 
Gallery of Christ lies upon a shroud on the ground; back of it 
34 the fainting Virgin is upheld by St. John; at the right 

Nicodemus holds the shroud with both hands; at the 
left Joseph of Arimathea supports the head of Christ 
and beyond is Mary Magdalen. In the immediate 
foreground are the emblems of the passion; landscape 
background with castles, villages, and distant blue hills. 
Formerly attributed to Jan Van Eyck. 
H. iOy% in. W. i4^V in. Wood. 
Gift of Henry G. Marquand, 1890. 

CRIVELLI, Carlo. Italian (Venetian); born i43o(?) at Venice(?); 
died after 1493. Influenced by the school of Padua. 

C862-1 SAINT GEORGE. Full-length, standing figure of a 
Gallery youth in fantastic blue and yellow armor; his right hand 
30 rests on his hip and the left holds the red and white 

striped staff of his broken lance, a part of which is 
sticking in the head of a green dragon that is coiled on 
the ground at his feet; gold background. This and the 
following were part of the same altarpiece. 
H. 38I in. W. i3y% in. Tempera on wood. Bulletin, 
1906, p. 28, ill. 
Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1905. 

C862-2 SAINT DOMINIC. Full-length, standing figure in 
a black cloak over a white gown; a lily branch is held in 

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Gallery the right hand and a book with a red clasp in the other; 

30 gold background. 

H. 38I in. W. 12I in. Tempera on wood. Bulletin, 

1906, p. 28, ill. 

Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1905. 

C862-3 PI ETA. Probably the center of the upper tier of an an- 
Gallery cona. Half-length figures; the dead Christ is supported 

31 in the tomb by the Virgin who is at the left with her arms 
about His neck; her cloak and hood are blue and her 
dress is lavender; at the right Mary Magdalen, in blue 
dress, crimson sleeves, and red cloak lined with green, 
holds His left arm; the head of Saint John appears back 
of the Magdalen; gold patterned background with halos 
in relief. 

H. 28 in. W. 25! in. Tempera on wood, round top. 
Bulletin, 1913, p. 262, ill. 
Purchase, Kennedy Fund, 191 3. 

CRIVELLI, ViTTORio. Italian (Venetian); latter part of the 
fifteenth century. Perhaps a brother of Carlo Crivelli, 
whom he is supposed to have assisted. 

C863-1 MONK READING. Small-size half-length of a Fran- 
ciscan monk; an open book with red binding is in his 
left hand. Formerly ascribed to Niccolo da Foligno; 
the present attribution is that of Berenson. 
H. 8| in. W. 5^ in. Tempera on wood. 
Gift of Frederic Coudert, 1888. 

CROME, John; known as Old Crome. British (Norwich); born 
1768 at Norwich; died there 1821. Influenced by Hob- 
bema. Landscapes. 

C88-1 HAUTBOIS COMMON. In the foreground is a grove 
Gallery of trees with a road along which advances a cart drawn 
24 by two horses; two asses are at the right; level country 

with trees in the middle distance; cottages to 
the right and cattle grazing to the left. The foreground 
is in deep shadow and the distance in sunlight. 
H. 22 in. W. 35 in. Canvas (transferred from wood, 
1914). 
Gift of Henry G. Marquand, 1888. 

C88-2 OLD HOUSES AT THORPE. A river's edge with 

Gallery houses at the right; a barge and several small boats 

14 are moored at a landing close to the houses. At one 

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time this picture was erroneously called The Landing. 
H. 24I in. W. 19I in. Canvas. 
Gift of George A. Hearn, 1906. 

C88-3 LANDSCAPE. Woodlands with a large oak occupying 

Gallery the center of the picture; to the left a wagon laden with 

14 logs is being drawn by six horses, the driver walking at 

their side; cows are beneath the trees in the distance 

at the right. 

H. 48! in. W. 67! in. Canvas. 

Gift of George A. Hearn, 1909. 

C88-4 A ROADWAY. A road with rising ground at the right. 
Gallery a. stone fence at the left, and trees in the distance; in the 
24 foreground at the right stand a man and a woman. 

H. i6| in. W. 2o| in. Canvas. Bulletin, 191 5, p. 88. 

Bequest of Maria De Witt Jesup, from the collection of 

her husband, Morris K. Jesup, 191 5. 

CROPSEY, Jasper F. American; born 1823 at Rossville, L. I., 
N. Y.; died 1900 at Hastings-on-Hudson, N. Y. Pupil 
of National Academy of Design in New York City; tra- 
veled in Europe. At first an architect; later painted 
landscapes, chiefly Hudson River scenery. 

C881-1 LANDSCAPE. Open country with rocks and cattle 

Gallery in the immediate foreground and trees at the left; farm 

16 lands and wooded hills beyond and a glimpse of a river 

in the distance; misty atmosphere. 

H. 33I in. W. 48! in. Canvas. Signed: J. F. Cropsey 1853. 

Bequest of Mrs. Sarah Ann Ludlum, 1877. 

CUSHING, Howard Gardiner. American; born 1869 at New 
York; died 19 16. Pupil of J. P. Laurens, Benjamin- 
Constant, and Doucet. 

C95-1 MRS. ETHEL GUSHING. 

H. 84^ in. W. 42I in. Canvas. Signed: Howard G. 

Gushing. 

Purchase, Lazarus Fund, 191 7. 

C95-51 INTERIOR. 

Gallery H. 30 in. W. 25 in. Canvas. Signed: Howard G. Cush- 
12 ing, 1909. 

Lent by Mrs. Howard Gardiner Gushing, 1917. 

CUYP, Aelbert. Dutch; born 1620 at Dortrecht; died there 
1691. Pupil of his father, Jacob Gerritz Cuyp. Chiefly 
cattle and landscapes. 

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CUYP 

C99-1 LANDSCAPE WITH CATTLE. A meadow with 

Gallery four cows lying down and four standing; a cowherd and 

1 1 a dog lie in the foreground; beyond is a river with houses 

on the far bank at the right; a town is dimly seen in the 

distance. 

H. 31^ in. W. 42 J in. Wood. Signed: A: Cuyp. 

Gift of Henry G. Marquand, 1890. 

C99-2 A WOMAN MILKING. In the center, near a group 

Gallery of trees, a woman who wears a red bodice is milking a 

14 cow; at her left a dog is seated near a brass can; two cows 

are lying down in the foreground at the right; at the 

left is a stream with cows wading in the middle distance. 

H. 43^ in. W. 71I in. Canvas. Signed: A: Cuyp. 

Gift of George A. Hearn, 1906. 

C99-3 YOUNG HERDSMEN WITH COWS. In the fore- 
Gallery ground is a field with several cows lying down and one 
39 standing; two herdsmen are talking with a woman whose 

back is toward the spectator; a broad river is in the valley 
at the left, and beyond is a wide expanse of rolling country 
with distant hills lost in the golden afternoon haze. 
H. 44^ in. W. 52I in. Canvas. Signed: A: Ciiyp. 
Bequest of Benjamin Altman, 1913. 



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D 

DABO, Leon. American; born 1868 at Detroit, Mich.; lives in 
New York City. Studied in France and Italy. 

Dii-i THE CLOUD. Big, moonlit clouds and gray water 
Gallery with sail-boats. 

12 H. 30 in. W. 33I in. Canvas. Signed: LEON DABO; 
also monogrammed. 

Purchase, Rogers Fund, 19 14. 

DAGNAN-BOUVERET, Pascal Adolph Jean. French; born 
1852 at Paris; lives there. Pupil of Gerome. 

D13-1 THE MADONNA OF THE ROSE. Life-size, three- 
Gallery quarter-length, seated figure of the Madonna, holding 
17 the Child in her right arm; a supernatural light emanates 

from the Child's head which is covered by a black shawl; 

on. a table at the right is a vase with roses. 

H. 33f in. \V. 27 in. Canvas. Signed: P-A'J* Dag- 

NAN-B. Paris 1885. 

Purchase, Wolfe Fund, 1906. 

DAINGERFIELD, Elliott. American; born 1859 at Harper's 
Ferry, Va.; lives in New York City. 

D14-1 SLUMBERING FOG. (Paintedfrom thetopof the Blue 

Gallery Ridge Mountains in North Carolina.) Mountain peaks 

15 rise above the mist that fills the valleys; in the foreground 

is a bear. 

H. 29I in. W. 35I in. Canvas. Signed: Elliott Dain- 

gerfield. Bulletin, 1906, p. 58. 

Gift of George A. Hearn, 1906. 

D14-2 CHRIST STILLING THE TEMPEST. Greenish 
Gallery waves with a rowboat at the left in which stands the 

13 figure of Christ wearing a white robe and a red mantle. 

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DAINGERFIELD — DAUBIGNY 

A dove flies near the water and at the horizon is the red 

rim of the setting sun. 

H. 20 in. W. 24 in. Canvas. Signed: Elliott Dainger- 

field. Bulletin, 1912, p. 135, ill. 

Purchase, Hearn Fund, 19 12. 

DANA, William P. W. American; born 1833 at Boston; lives in 
London. Pupil of Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris under 
Picot and Le Poitevin. 

D19-1 HEARTSEASE. A little girl propped up in bed with 
loose pansies (heartsease) on the sheet. 
H. 37§in. W.47fin. Canvas. Signed: W. P. W. DANA. 
Gift of S. Howland Russell, 1891. 

DANNAT, William T. American; born 1853 at New York City; 
lives in Paris. Pupil of Munich Academy and of Mun- 
kacsy. 

D23-1 A QUARTETTE. Four Spanish musicians in a room. 

Gallery At the left a large man, seated full front on a wooden 
12 bench, is singing; a young woman, dressed in black 

with red bows, is seated on the same bench, playing 
the castanets; sitting beside her, with his back toward 
the spectator, is a man who plays the guitar; near a 
window in the background at the right stands a man 
singing and playing the mandolin. 
H. 94! in. W. 9i|in. Canvas. Signed: W. T. Dan- 
NAT-/84. 
Gift of Mrs. William H. Dannat, 1886. 

D23-2 THEODORE CHILD. (1855-1892; English writer 
who lived much in Paris, traveled in Russia and the 
East, and wrote on travel and art.) Life-size, bust 
portrait in profile. 

H. 19I in. W. 15! in. Canvas. Signed: W. T. Dan- 
nat. 1889. 
Gift of Mrs. Theodore Haviland, 1893, 

DAUBIGNY, Charles Francois. French (Barbizon); born 
181 7 at Paris; died there 1878. Pupil of his father, the 
miniature painter Edme Francois Daubigny, and of 
Delaroche. Landscapes. 

D26-1 ON THE RIVER OISE; EVENING. Cattle are 

Gallery wading in the shallow water near the shore at the right; 

17 beyond is a boat with two figures and on the bank a wo- 

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DAUBIGNY 

man is washing; there are figures beneath the trees at 
the left; sunset sky with pinkish clouds. 
H. I5|in. W. 27y\ in. Wood. Signed: Daubigny 1874. 
Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

D26-2 ON THE SEINE; MORNING. At the left is a group of 

Gallery young trees and a woman is watching cows that wade in 

17 the shallow water; ducks are in the marshy foreground; 

on a hill in the middle distance is a village with a square 

church tower. 

H. i5y^^in. W. 27I in. Wood. Signed: Daubigny 187 1. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe,»iS87. 

D26-3 BOATS ON SHORE. At the left is a sandy beach 
Gallery with fishing boats anchored in the shallow water. 

17 H. I3^in. W. 22| in. Wood. Signed: Daubigny. 1871. 

Purchase, Wolfe Fund, 1903. 

D26-4 LANDSCAPE. A narrow stream which reflects the 
trees on its banks, the cottages beyond, and a woman 
in a blue dress who follows the footpath at the left; 
fresh green foliage. 

H. 25x% in. W. i8| in. Canvas. Signed: Daubigny. 
Bulletin, 1908, p. 200, ill. 

Bequest of Mrs. Martha T. Fiske Collord in memory of 
Josiah M. Fiske, 1908. 

D26-5 EVENING. Farmhouses stand at the edge of a quiet 

Gallery stream and cattle are coming down a road to drink; 

21 the sunset sky, trees, and a low hill are reflected in the 

water in the foreground. 

H. 22I in. W. 36I in. Canvas. Signed: C. Daubigny. 

Bulletin, 191 1, p. 98, ill. 

Bequest of Robert G. Dun, 191 1. 

D26-6 BANKS OF THE 01 SE. The river is in the foreground 
Gallery and flows off toward the right; on the far shore at the 
21 left a woman kneels washing clothes, and another woman, 

in blue skirt and white blouse, stands a little higher up 
on the bank; under the trees nearby is a rowboat; beyond 
is a village with gray-roofed cottages; light blue sky with 
pinkish clouds. 

H. 14x1 in. W.26fin. Wood. Signed: Daubigny. 1863. 
Bequest of Benjamin Altman, 1913. 

D26-7 LANDSCAPE WITH STORKS. Marshy foreground 
Gallery with two storks standing on a point of land; an empty 
21 boat is at the right; trees and shrubbery in full summer 

foliage form the background. 

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H. 9^ in. W. 17!^ in. Wood. Signed: Daubigny 
1864. Bulletin, 1914, p. 253; ill. p. 255. 
Bequest of Benjamin Altman, 191 3. 

D26-8 RIVERSIDE. The river is in the foreground; on the 
far shore cows are wading at the left and a woman is 
washing in the center; beyond are thick clumps of trees 
with a group of taller ones at the left. 
H. i3fin. W. 22I in. Wood. Signed: Daubigny 1872. 
Bequest of Maria De Witt Jesup, from the collection of 
her husband, Morris K. Jesup, 191 5. 

D26-9 BANKS OF THE OlSE; EARLY MORNING. The 
river, edged by shrubbery and a clump of trees, fills the 
foreground; ducks are on the water and a boat to the left; 
distant hills and luminous sky. 

H. 14 in. W. 23 in. Wood. Signed: Daubigny 1875. 
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac D. Fletcher Collection. 
Bequest of Isaac D. Fletcher, 1917. 

DAUMIER, HoNORE. French; born 1808 at Marseilles; died 
1879 at Valmondois. Studied lithography with Ramelet 
in Paris, in which city most of his life was spent. 
Painted chiefly satirical subjects. 

D261-1 DON QUIXOTE. In the middle distance on the ridge 

Gallery of a hill are Don Quixote mounted on a white horse 

21 and Sancho Panzaon his mule; they ride toward a dead 

horse which lies on the road in the foreground. 

H.9fin. W. i8|in. Wood. Initialed: H. D. Bulletin, 

1910, p. 23, ill. 

Purchase, Wolfe Fund, 1909. 

D261-51 THE LAWYERS. Les Avocats. Three men, wearing 
lawyers' black caps and gowns, stand, with papers under 
their arms, talking in a hallway. 

H. i6j\ in. W. i2| in. Canvas. Signed: h. Daumier. 
Lent by George Blumenthal, 1913. 



DAVID, Gerard. Flemish; born about 1460 at Oudewater, 
Holland; died 1523 at Bruges. Was prominent as an 
illuminator and miniaturist as well as a painter of larger 
pictures. 

D27-1 THE CRUCIFIXION. Christ on the cross is in the 

Gallery center; at the left the swooning Virgin is held by St. 

34 John; at the right Mary Magdalen kneels with clasped 

hands and behind her stands St. Jerome. Landscape 

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background with a lion walking across the plains and 
beyond buildings which form a hollow square. 
H. 21 in. W. i5iV in. Wood. 
Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1909. 

D27-2 CHRIST TAKING LEAVE OF HIS MOTHER. 

Gallery Christ stands at the right, the Virgin and two other 
37 Marys at the left. The figures are shown about half- 

length against a gold background. 
H. 6| in. W. 4f in. Wood; circular top. 
Bequest of Benjamin Altman, 19 13. 

School of David. 

D27S-51 MADONNA FEEDING THE CHILD. An interior with 
Gallery the Madonna at the left of a table; she holds the nude 
34 Child on her lap and prepares to feed Him with a spoon 

held above a bowl; in the background at the right is a 
window with a view of a farm-yard. This is one of 
several replicas; the one in the Traumann Collection in 
Madrid is probablv the original by David. 
H. 1 51 in. W. I2f in. Wood. 
Lent by Robert W. de Forest, 1907. 

DAVID, Jacques Louis. French; born 1748 at Paris, died 1825. 
Pupil of Boucher and of Vien. Grand Prix de Rome, 1774; 
court painter to Napoleon I. Exiled to Brussels, 1816. 

D27-11 MLLE. CHARLOTTE DU VAL D'OGNES. She is 
Gallery seated, the figure in profile to left, the head full-face look- 
20 ing out as though making a sketch of David while he was 

painting her; her drawing portfolio, held with her left 
hand, rests on her knees; in the right she holds a crayon. 
She is a blonde about twenty, wearing a short-sleeved, 
high-waisted white gown of the fashion of the Directoire 
( 1 795-1 799) with a pink ribbon about her slim waist 
and a white kerchief about her neck. Her chair, uphol- 
stered in blue, is covered with a salmon-red shawl. The 
background is an austere gray wall with a window at the 
left. Through its panes, one of them cracked, one sees a 
high masonry embankment where a gentleman and lady 
lean on an iron railing; a plain high building beyond. The 
light on the lady all comes from the window, making a 
brilliant rim to her figure and a sort of halo about her 
fluffy yellow hair. 
H. 63^ in. W. 5of in. Canvas. 
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac D. Fletcher Collection. 
Bequest of Isaac D. Fletcher, 19 17. 

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B. Davies. 



Signed: A. B. Davies. 



A slim nude figure of 



DAVIES, Arthur B. American; born 1862 at Utica, N. Y.; 
lives in New York City. Pupil of Dwight Williams at 
Utica; studied in New York and in Chicago. 

D281-1 DREAM. (The motive of the picture is a quotation 

Gallery from Meredith: "Huntress of things worth pursuit of 

15 souls; in our naming, dreams.") The nude figure of a 

young woman walking toward the left up a hill that rises 

from the sea, which appears at the right. 

H. 18 in. W. 30 in. Canvas. Signed: A. 

Bulletin, 1909, p. 1 13, ill. 

Gift of George A. Hearn, 1909. 

D281-2 THE GIRDLE OF ARES. (Ares was the Greek god of 

Gallery war.) Against a background of mountains and evening 

15 sky appears a level line of struggling figures that fill the 

lower part of the picture from one side of the frame to the 

other. 

H. 261V iri- W. 40 in. Canvas. 

Bulletin, 1914, p. 76; ill. p. 79. 

Purchase, Hearn Fund, 1914. 

D281-51 THE REFLUENT SEASON. 

Gallery a woman holding a yellow scarf, is walking to the right 

12 on a terrace; at the right are white columns; a low roll- 
ing landscape in the background. 

H. 18 in. W. 30 in. Canvas. 
Lent by Edward W. Root, 19 19. 

DAVIS, Charles H. American; born 1856 at Amesbury, Mass.; 
lives at Mystic, Conn. Pupil of Otto Grundmann and 
Museum of Fine Arts School in Boston; Boulanger and 
Lefebvre in Paris. Landscapes. 

D29-1 EVENING. A plain with a tall leafless oak at 
right of center and a winding brook in the foreground. 
The evening star shines in a cloudless greenish sky. 
H. 38^"^ in. W. 5-7! in. Canvas. Signed: Charles H. 
Davis 1886. 
Gift of George I. Seney, 1887. 

D29-2 AUGUST. A broad expanse of hilly green country 
Gallery with deep shadows from white and gray clouds. 

13 H. 29 in. W. 36 in. Canvas. Signed: C. H. Davis. 
Bulletin, 1909, p. 1 14, ill. 

Gift of George A. Hearn, 1909. 

DAWANT, Albert Pierre. French; born about i860 at Paris; 
lives there. Pupil of Jean Paul Laurens. 

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D32-1 DEPARTURE OF EMIGRANTS FROM HAVRE. 
A steamship lies at trie wharf and on the dock men, 
women, and children are huddled with their packages 
and bundles. 

H. 118 in. W. 161 in. (sight) Canvas. Signed: 
1887 • A* P Dawant. 
Gift of Thomas Achelis, 1897. 

DEARTH, Henry Golden. American; born 1864 at Bristol, 
R. I.; died at his home in New York City 1918. Pupil of 
Ecole des Beaux-Arts, Hebert and Aim^ Morot in Paris. 

D34-1 CORNELIA. A young girl, wearing a red coat and a 

Gallery straw hat trimmed with flowers, is seated with her hands 

15 crossed in her lap; against the white wall back of her 

hangs a Japanese print and on a table in front of it stands 

an Italian drug-pot; leather-bound books are on a stand 

at the right. 

H. 25! in. W. 3i|in. Canvas. Signed: H. Dearth. 

Bulletin, 1915, p. 151, ill. 

Purchase, Hearn Fund, 191 5. 

DECAMPS, Alexandre Gabriel. French; born 1803 at Paris; 
died i860 at Fontainebleau. Pupil of Abel de Pujol, 
David, and Ingres. 

D35-1 THE NIGHT PATROL AT SMYRNA. A company of 

Gallery Turkish guards, with their officer mounted on a white 

17 horse, are dashing toward the left through a city street; 

the background consists of a plaster wall in brilliant 

sunlight with a Moorish balcony over which hangs a rug; 

down a narrow street at the left the blue sky is visible. 

H. 29^^ in. W. 36y\ in. Canvas. Signed: DECAMPS. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

DEFRANCE, Leonard, Belgian; born 1735 at Liege; died there 
1805. Pupil of Von Coders; traveled in Italy; was 
the first professor of design in the Academy at Liege. 

D36-1 THE ROPE DANCER. A young woman is balancing 
herself on a rope which is stretched from the rudely con- 
structed stage at the left to the foreground at the right; 
the audience is seated farther back at the right and in 
the background is a board fence. 

H. 20 in. W. 28I in. Wood. Signed: L. Defrance de 
Liege. 
Purchase, 1871. 

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DEFREGGER — DESGOFFE 

DEFREGGER, Franz von. German (Bavarian); born 1835 
- at Dolsach, Tyrol; lives in Munich. Pupil of Munich 
Academy under Piloty. 

D362-1 GERMAN PEASANT GIRL. Life-size, almost to the 

Gallery waist; she wears a Bavarian Tyrol costume consisting of 

18 a striped brown blouse with red bodice and black kerchief. 

H. 2i§ in. W. i6j\ in. Wood. Signed: Defregger. 80. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

DELACROIX, Eugene. French; born 1798 at Charenton- 
Saint-Maurice; died 1863 at Paris. Pupil of Pierre 
Guerin in Paris; traveled in Spain and North Africa. 
Romantic and oriental subjects. 

D37-1 THE ABDUCTION OF REBECCA. E'Enl^vement 
Gallery de Rebecca. (For the incident see Sir Walter Scott's 
17 novel, Ivanhoe, Chapter 31.) Rebecca has been carried 

from the burning castle of Front de Boeuf where she has 
been kept prisoner by Bois Guilbert. A retainer lifts 
her upon the horse ridden by one of his Saracen slaves; 
at the right the knight is arriving at a gallop from the 
burning castle, which is seen in the distance. 
H. 39I in. W. 32I in. Canvas. Signed: Eug. Dela- 
croix 1846. 
Purchase, Wolfe Fund, 1903. 

DELORT, Charles Edouard. French; born 1841 at Nimes; 
died 1895. Pupil of Gleyre and Gerome in Paris. 

D382-1 THE CASQUE. An interior with a man in fifteenth 
S. W. century costume examining a steel casque; on the floor 
Stairway and on the table against which he leans are other pieces 

of armor. 

H. 2ii in. W. 14I in. Canvas. Signed: C. DELORT. 

1872. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

DE NEUVILLE. See Neuville. 

DESGOFFE, Blaise. French; born 1830 at Paris; died there 
1901. Pupil of Flandrin and Bouguereau. Still life. 

D45-1 OBJECTS OF ART. (The objects to be painted were 

S. W. selected by Miss Wolfe from the Louvre Collections.) 

Stairway An engraved rock crystal beaker, mounted in gold with 

brilliant enameling, and other objects are grouped 

on a table which is partly covered with red drapery. 

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DESGOFFE — DETAILLE 



28f in. 



W. 361 in. Canvas. Signed: Blaise Des- 



H. 

goffe - 74. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

D45-2 OBJECTS OF ART. A jeweled double cross, a crystal 
beaker, and other objects are on a table. 
H. 34^ in. \V. 265 in. Canvas. Signed: Blaise Des- 
goffe, 1880. 

Gift of Frau Rittmeister Koehler (Margaret Conover 
Schaus), 1887. 

DESSAR, Louis Paul. American; born 1867 at Indianapolis, 
Ind.; lives in New York City. Pupil of National Acad- 
emy of Design in New York; Bouguereau, Robert- 
Fleury, and £cole des Beaux-Arts in Paris. Landscapes. 

D47-1 WOOD-CART. A cart filled with stripped tree trunks 
Gallery is being drawn across a stony field by a yoke of oxen; 
12 autumn trees beyond. 

H. 28 in. W. 36 in. Canvas. Signed: Dessar. 1908. 

Bulletin, 1909, p. 115, ill. 

Gift of George A. Hearn, 1909. 

DETAILLE, Edguard. French; born 1848 at Paris; died there 
1912. Pupil of Meissonier. Military subjects. 

D48-1 SKIRMISH BETWEEN COSSACKS AND THE 

Gallery IMPERIAL BODYGUARD, 1814. A squad of Na- 

18 poleon's Imperial Guard is pursuing Cossacks along a 

wet road through a forest of bare trees. 

H. 39f in. W. 32! in. Canvas. Signed: EDOUARD- 

DETAILLE-1870. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

D48-2 FRENCH CUIRASSIERS. Mounted on a heavy, 
S. W. dark bay mare, a cuirassier, fully equipped, stands at 
Stairway rest; a troop of cuirassiers is in the background. 

H. 13! in. W. 9f in. Water color. Signed: EDOU- 

ARD-DETAILLE-1872. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

D48-3 THE DEFENCE OF CHAMPIGNY. (The incident 
Gallery depicts French foot soldiers and sappers commanded 
21 by General Faron, who stands in the center of the pic- 

ture; this division having taken Champigny, December 
2, 1870, is defending a chateau at the fork of two roads, 
against a return attack of the Saxony and Wiirtemberg 
divisions of the German army.) A wall, through which 



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DETAILLE — DEWING 

cannon are being fired, extends from the foreground at 

the left to the middle distance at the right where there 

is a house which is being shelled by the enemy; in the 

immediate foreground soldiers are crouching near broken 

hotbeds and two officers stand before them; beyond, four 

officers question a peasant. 

H. 48 in. W. 84! in. Canvas. Signed: Edouard 

DETAILLE- 1879. 

Gift of Henry Hilton, 1887. 

DEVEDEUX, Louis. French; born 1820 at Clermont-Ferrand; 
died 1875 at Paris. Pupil of Delaroche and Decamps. 

D49-1 THE PRIDE OF THE HAREM. A man reclines on a 
S. W. divan on the edge of which a blonde young woman in a 
Stairway white dress is playing the mandolin; four young girls are 

strewing flowers; in the background a slave carries a tray. 

H. 32! in. W. 26yVin. Canvas. Signed: L. Devedeux. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

DEWEY, Charles Melville. American; born 1849 at Low- 
ville, New York; lives in New York City. Pupil of 
Carolus-Duran in Paris. Landscapes. 

D51-1 THE SUN SHOWER. A green landscape with a pool 
Gallery in the foreground; the sun is shining through the thin 
12 rain clouds. 

H. 36J in. W. 52J in. Canvas. Signed: Charles Mel- 
ville Dewey. 
Purchase. Hearn Fund, 1920. 

DEWING, Thomas W. American; born 185 1 at Boston; lives 
in New York City. Pupil of Julian Academy in Paris 
under Boulanger and Lefebvre. 

D511-1 THE LETTER. Interior with a lady in a low-necked 
Gallery pinkish gown, seated before an open desk, which is at 
12 the left. 

H. 20 in. W. 16 in. Canvas. Signed: T. W. Dewing. 

Purchase, Rogers Fund, 19 10. 

Dsii-2 TOBIT AND THE ANGEL. The angel, in a golden 

Gallery garment, holding a gold harp, walks through a meadow 

12 dotted with white flowers; his great white wings spread 

wide and his eyes fixed in an ecstatic gaze on the sky. 

At the right the youth follows him dragging a large fish 

and carrying his net over his shoulder. 

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DEWING — DE WIT 

H. 24 in. W. 40 in. Canvas. Signed :T.W. Dewing, 1887. 
Gift of Edward D. Adams, 19 19. 

DE WIT, Jacob. Dutch; born 1695 at Amsterdam; died there 
1754. Influenced by study of the works of Rubens and 
Van Dyck. Chiefly noted as a decorator who frequently 
used groups of children at play painted in monochrome 
simulating marble bas reliefs. 

School of De Wit. 

D512S-1 CHILDREN AT PLAY. Six nude children playing 
Wing H with birds and soap bubbles; one is winged and flying 
Gallery with a paper windmill. 

18 H. 93! in. W. 7of in. Monochrome on canvas. 

Gift of Bradley Martin, 1895. 

E512S-2 HUSBANDRY. Six nude children gathering the har- 
Wing H vest; one plays she is Ceres; another has climbed a tree 
Gallery and throws the fruit down at one below who catches it 
18 in a basket. 

H. 91J in. W. 67! in. Monochrome on canvas. 
Gift of Bradley Martin, 1895. 

D512S-3 LOVES FORGING A THUNDERBOLT. Five nude 
Gallery children working about a forge near a rocky clifT; one of 
9 them crouches m front holding thunderbolts in his hand. 

H. 93! in. W. 70I in. Monochrome on canvas. 
Gift of Bradley Martin, 1895. 

D512S-4 YOUNG FISHERS AT THE FOUNTAIN. Five 
Gallery nude children at a fountain; one has caught a fish, the 
8 others are getting water. 

H. 91I in. W. 67! in. Monochrome on canvas. 

Gift of Bradley Martin, 1895. 

D512S-5 FORGING LOVE'S DART. Eight nude children, some 
Gallery of them winged, are busy around a forge near a rocky 
8 cliff. 

H. 47! in. W. 6of in. Monochrome on canvas. 

Gift of Bradley Martin, 1895. 

D512S-6 THE BIRD'S NEST. Six nude children playing with a 
Wing H bird's nest; in the foreground one of the boys holds back 
Gallery a dog to prevent it from reaching the nest that lies on 
18 the ground. 

H. 83^ in. W. 83I in. Monochrome on canvas. 

Gift of Bradley Martin, 1895. 

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DE WIT— DIAZ DE LA PENA 

D512S-7 THE DANCE. Six nude children, three of them danc- 

Wing H ing and the others playing the fife, drum, and triangle. 

Gallery H. 83I in. W. 83^ in. Monochrome on canvas. 

16 Gift of Bradley Martin, 1895. 

D512S-8 ADAM AND EVE IN THE GARDEN. Eve stands 

Gallery at the left and hands the apple to Adam, who is seated 

9 at the foot of the tree; the serpent is coiled in the branches 

above and a lion crouches at the left. 

H. 94 in. W. 69^ in. Monochrome on canvas. 

Gift of Bradley Martin, 1895. 



DIAZ DE LA PENA, Narciso Virgilio. French (Barbizon); 
born 1807 at Bordeaux of Spanish parents; died 1876 
at Mentone. Apprenticed at fifteen to a china painter 
at Paris. Landscapes and figure subjects. 



D54-1 
Gallery 

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D54-2 
Gallery 

17 

D54-3 
Gallery 

17 



D54-4 
Gallery 

17 



D54-5 
Gallery 

20 



THE HOLY FAMILY. The Virgin is seated under 
a tree; the Christ Child leans against her knee at the 
right and St. John on the other side. 
H. I2| in. W. 9I in. Wood. Signed: N. Diaz -53. 
Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 



LANDSCAPE. An open field with a roadway and a 
figure; trees and hills in the distance. 
H. 9I in. W. 13! in. Wood. Signed: N. Diaz. 
Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 



STUDY OF TREES. Several large tree trunks spotted 
with sunlight; at the right a stooping figure wearing a 
red kerchief. 

H. 14 in. W. lof in. Wood. Signed: N. Diaz. 
Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 



EDGE OF A FOREST. In the distance is a clearing 
where the sun is shining; from this a road leads into the 
heavy foliage in the foreground, and a bent figure is 
just entering the shady path. 
H. 9I in. W. 12 in. Wood. Signed: N. Diaz. 
Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 



A CLEARING IN THE FOREST OF FONTAINE- 
BLEAU. A rocky hilltop with a footpath across the 
center; at the left is the trunk of an oak with one branch 
in leaf and the others broken off; beyond at right and 
left are trees in full summer foliage; blue sky with dark 
clouds at the zenith. 



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DIAZ DE LA PENA — DIETRICH 

H. 14I in. W. 18^ in. Wood. Signed: N. Diaz-72- 

Bulletin, 1914, p. 253, ill. 

Bequest of Benjamin Altman, 1913. 

D54-6 CHILDREN AND LIZARD. A group of five children, 
wearing bright-colored garments, are watching a lizard; 
in the background at the right is a vine-covered pergola. 
H. 23I in. W. 29i^^ in. Canvas. Signed: N. Diaz — ■ 
1865. 

Bequest of Maria De Witt Jesup, from the collection of 
her husband, Morris K. Jesup, 191 5. 

D54-7 THE POOL. Between the small, marshy pool in the 
foreground and the woods in the distance is the figure of 
a woman crossing a f eld. 

H. i2-i\in. W. i6i\ in. Wood. Signed: N. Diaz-73- 
Bequest of Maria De Witt Jesup, from the collection of 
her husband, Morris K. Jesup, 191 5. 

D^4-8 A CLEARING IN THE FOREST; MARSHY FORE- 
GROUND. Brown foliage which opens out in the center 
of the canvas, showing clumps of trees in sunlight and 
blue and white sky. 

H. i2f in. W. 17I in. Wood. Signed: N. Diaz '73. 
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac D. Fletcher Collection. 
Bequest of Isaac D. Fletcher, 191 7. 

D54-9 WOODLAND POOL AND FIGURE. It is clearing 
off after a rain storm; the sunlight catches the tops of 
the brown trees and a sandy spot between rocks where a 
woman walks carrying a load on her back. The pool is 
back of her and a wide stretch of dark blue sky and sunlit 
clouds is shown above. 

H. 19I in. W. 26 in. Canvas. Signed: N. Diaz 67. 
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac D. Fletcher Collection. 
Bequest of Isaac D. Fletcher, 1917 

DIETRICH, Christian WiLHELM Ernst. German; born i 712 at 
Weimar; died 1774 at Dresden. Pupil of his father and 
of Alexander Thiele. In 1746 became keeper of the 
Dresden Gallery. Imitated Dutch and French masters. 

D561-1 SURPRISED; or Infidelity Found Out. At the left 
a man and a woman are seated on the ground in the shade 
of a group of trees and a Love is near them; at the right 
stand several ladies and gentlemen who are preceded by 
Cupid, who bears a flaming torch. 

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THE ABDUCTION OF REBECCA 
BY EUGENE DELACROIX 




PARADISE 
BY GIOVANNI DI PAOLO 



DIETRICH — DOU 

H. 28f in. W. 28-f^ in. Canvas. Inscribed; Peint 
par C. E. Dietrich. 
Purchase, 1871. 

D561-2 CHRIST HEALING THE SICK. Standing in the 
porch of the Temple, the Christ extends his arm toward 
a man who lies in the foreground; at the right are 
apostles and elders and at the left are the sick and 
maimed. 

H. 35I in. W. 4iiiy in. Canvas. Signed: Dietricy 
pinxt 1742. 
Gift of William H. Webb, 1885. 

DOMINGO, Francisco. Spanish; born 1843 ^t Valencia; has 
lived at Paris since 1878. Pupil of Royal Academies 
of San Carlos at Valencia and San Fernando at Madrid; 
studied in Rome. 

D711-1 INTERIOR WITH FIGURES. A number of soldiers 
Gallery are playing cards and drinking. 

18 H. 6| in. W. 8yV in. Wood. Signed: 1881-Domingo. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

DONOHO, RuGER. American; born 1857 at Churchill, Miss.; 
died 1916 in New York City. Pupil of Art Students' 
League and R. Swain Gifford in New York; Julian 
Academy in Paris. Chiefly landscape painter, 

D715-1 WINDFLOWERS. Masses of pink blossoms in the 
Gallery foreground; fields beyond with tree trunks and a stone 
12 wall in the middle distance. 

H. 30 in. W. 36 in. Canvas. Signed: Ruger Donoho 

1912. 

Purchase, Rogers Fund, 191 7. 

DORE, GusTAVE. French; born 1833 at Strasburg; died 1883 
at Paris. Chiefly illustrator. 

D73-1 THE RETREAT FROM MOSCOW. A wagon load 
S. W. of Napoleon's soldiers is followed by a squad of Russian 
Stairway cavalry; at the left are dead horses and an overturned 

army wagon; in the middle distance are Russian soldiers. 

H. 28j in. W. 37f in. Gouache in black and white on 

gray paper. Signed: G'^ Dore 1865. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

DOU (or Dow), Gerard. Dutch; born 161 3 at Leyden; died 
there 1675. At first apprenticed to an engraver, in 1628 

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DOU — DOUGHTY 

he entered the studio of Rembrandt, where he remained 
two years and was influenced by the master's early 
manner. 

D741-1 PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST. The painter when 
Gallery about forty years of age; he is shown standing back of a 
39 window, holding his palette and brushes in his left hand, 

and with his right turning the leaves of a book which 
rests on the sill; a striped scarf hangs over the window 
ledge, partly covering a panel in low relief; a vase with a 
plant is at the left and at the right a vine and a bird-cage. 
H. 19I in. W. 15! in. Wood. Signed: G. Dou. 
Bequest of Benjamin Altman, 1913. 

DOUGHERTY, Paul. American; born 1877 at Brooklyn, N. Y.; 
lives in New York City. Studied in Paris, London, 
Florence, Venice, and Munich. Marines. 

D742-1 OCTOBER SEAS. Rocks are in the foreground and at 
Gallery the left; breakers beyond. 

15 H. 36I in. W. 48^ in. Canvas. Signed: Paul Dough- 
erty-1910. . 

Purchase, Hearn Fund, 191 1. 

D742-2 SUN AND SHADOW, LAKE LOUISE. (A Canadian 
lake near the foot of the glacier-covered Mount Vic- 
toria.) Distant snow-capped mountains seen between 
two green mountain sides that slope down to the lake in 
the foreground. 

H. 13^ in. W. 19I in. Water color. Signed: Paul 
Dougherty. 
Purchase, Lazarus Fund, 19 17. 

D742-3 THE ROAD TO CAYEZ, PORTO RICO. Hilly, trop- 
ical country with the road partly hidden in a valley. 
H. 13I in. W. 19I in. Water color. Signed: Paul 
Dougherty. 
Purchase, Lazarus Fund, 191 7. 

DOUGHTY, Thomas. American; born 1793 at Philadelphia; 
died 1856 in New York City. Landscapes. 

D743-1 ON THE HUDSON. Rocks are in the foreground, trees 
Gallery and shrubbery at the right, the Hudson River is in the 

16 middle distance, and beyond are the hills near West Point. 
H. i4f in. W. 2i^in. Canvas. Signed: T. Doughty. 
Gift of Samuel P. Avery, 1891. 

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DOUGHTY — DRUMMOND 

D743-2 A RIVER GLIMPSE. A wooded landscape with a path 
Gallery in the foreground and the Hudson River in the middle 
16 distance. 

H. 30I in. W. 25 in. Canvas. Signed: T. Doughty. 

Gift of Samuel P. Avery, 1895. 

D743-3 LANDSCAPE. A valley with a river at the right, and 
trees at the left; distant hills. 

H. 43I in. W. 62yV in. Canvas. Signed: T. Doughty. 
Gift of George F. Shelton and Mrs. F. H. Markoe, in 
memory of their father, Theodore B. Shelton, 1917. 

DROUAIS, Franqois Hubert. French; born 1727 at Paris, 
died there, 1775. Pupil of his father, Hubert Drouais; 
and of Carle van Loo, Natoire, and Boucher. Portraits. 

D831-1 EMPEROR JOSEPH II OF AUSTRIA. (1741-1790; 

Gallery son of Francis I and Maria Theresa; succeeded his father 
20 in 1765.) Life-size, full-length figure, standing near a 

gilt table with a marble top; he wears a scarlet velvet 
coat and knee breeches and a white silk waistcoat em- 
broidered with gold; a brown and white terrier is in the 
foreground. 

H. 97I in. W. 69I in. Canvas. Signature indistinct. 
Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1903. 

D831-2 MADAME FAVART (1727- 1772; a popular opera 
Gallery singer, later the wife of Charles-Simon Favart, dramatist.) 
20 She is shown three-quarters length, seated profile to right, 

looking at the spectator, and playing on a double-banked 
harpsichord. She has powdered hair and wears a low- 
cut blue dress trimmed with lace; blue ribbons around her 
neck and in her hair. Gray background. 
H. 31^ in. W. 251V in- Canvas. Signed: DROUAIS 
Le Fils 1757. 

Mr. and Mrs. Isaac D. Fletcher Collection. 
Bequest of Isaac D. Fletcher, 1917. 

DRUMMOND, Samuel. British; born 1763 in London; died 
there 1844. Portrait and historical painter; curator of 
the Royal Academy schools in London. 

D84-1 ALEXANDER REA. (1782-1820; an actor.) The 
figure is seen to the waist with the head three-quarters 
to the right; he wears a black velvet coat the collar of 
which is edged with fur, and a full white neck-cloth. 
H. 30 in. W. 24I in. Canvas. 
Bequest of Emil C. Bondy, 191 5. 

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DUEZ— DUNLAP 

DUEZ, Ernest Ange. French; born 1843 ^t Paris; died 1896 in 
the forest of St. Germain. Pupil of Pils. 

D861-1 THE BOUQUET. Standing figure of a young lady in 
Gallery a dark blue walking dress, holding a bouquet and a 
18 shawl in her left hand. 

H. I2f in. W. 8j in. Water color. Signed: E. Duez. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

DUGHEf, Gaspard; known as Gaspard Poussin. French; born 
1613 at Rome, Ital}', of French parents; died 1675 
at Rome. Pupil of Nicolas Poussin, whose name he 
adopted. Landscapes. 

D87-3 LANDSCAPE WITH FIGURES. High trees are at 
Galler>' the left and in front of them is a fountain with nude 
14 figures bathing in the marble pool; in the center of the 

foreground is a road where two partly nude men are 
throwing a stone at a hissing snake; clumps of trees 
and several buildings are in the middle distance with 
mountains beyond. 
H. 36J in. W. 58I in. Canvas. 
Gift of George A. Hearn, 1906. 

D87-4 L.ANDSCAPE. Wild country with groups of trees on 

Gallery each side; mountains are in the distance and a stream 

20 falls in two cascades toward the foreground where there 

is a road with several mythological figures. 

H. 37I in. W. 60^ in. Canvas. Bulletin, 1908, p. 

209. 

Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1908. 

DUNLAP, William. American; born 1766 at Perth Amboy, 
N. J.; died 1839 at New York City. Studied painting 
with Benjamin West in London; upon his return to New 
York went into business with his father and throughout 
his life alternated between painting, managing a theatre, 
and writing books. He is best known as the author of 
The History of the Arts of Design in the United States, 
published 1834. 

D92-1 JOHN A. CONANT. (John Adams Conant of Brandon, 
Vt.; 1800-1886.) Life-size figure seen almost to the 
waist; he wears a high collar and white stock. 
H.3o|in. W. 25in. Wood. Signed: W. Dunlap 1829. 
Gift of John A. Church, 1913. 

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DUNLAP — DUPRE 

D92-2 MRS. JOHN A. CON ANT. (Caroline D. Holton, wife 
of John A. Conant of Brandon, Vt.) Life-size figure seen 
to*the waist; her hair is parted in the middle and waved; 
she wears a low-necked dress edged with lace and a gold 
chain is about her neck and falls across her bodice. 
H. 30I in. W. 25in. Wood. Signed indistinctly: Dunlap. 
Gift of John A. Church, 1913. 

DUPLESSIS„JosEPH SiLFREDE. French; born 1725 at Carpentras; 
died 1802 at Versailles where he was Curator of the 
Museum. Pupil of Imbert and Subleyras. Chiefly 
portraits. 

D921-1 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. (1706-1790; American 
Gallery philosopher, statesman, diplomat, and author.) Life- 
20 size, to the waist; he wears a red coat with brown fur 

collar. One of several replicas. 

H. 27! in. W. 22I in. Canvas, oval. Inscribed on 
back of canvas, possibly by the artist: Peint 
par Duplessis, pour obliger le Vicomte De Buissy. 
Gift of George A. Lucas, 1895. 

DUPRE, Jules. French (Barbizon); born 181 1 at Nantes; died 
1889 at r Isle-Adam, near Paris. As a youth he was a 
decorator in a porcelain factory. Studied painting under 
Laugee and Pils in Paris. Landscapes. 

D922-1 THE OLD OAK. The tree is at the right near a dark 
Gallery pool of water; beyond are meadow lands where two cows 
18 are grazing. 

H. 32 in. W. 25! in. Canvas. Signed: Jules Dupre. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

D922-2 THE HAY WAGON. The wagon, with a woman and 

Gallery child seated on the hay, is being drawn over a sandy hill 

17 by a team of horses and a man is pushing the wagon; 

another man walks at the side of the team; stormy sky. 

H. 14^ in. W. i8| in. Canvas. Signed: Jules Dupre. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

DUPRE, JuLiEN. French; born 185 1 at Paris; died there 1910. 
Pupil of Pils, Laugee, and Lehmann. 

D923-1 THE BALLOON. French peasants have stopped haying 
to look at a balloon floating in the sky; in the center 
stands a woman with a rake in her hands, and at the 
right is an old woman with a red kerchief on her head. 

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DUPRE— DURAND 

H. 96^ in. W. 78f in. Canvas. Signed: JULIEN 

DUPRE 1886. 

Gift of George I. Seney, 1887. 

DURAND, AsHER B. American; born 1796 at Jefferson Village, 
N. J.; died there 1886. Self-taught. At first an en- 
graver but after 1835 devoted himself entirely to 
landscape painting. 

D93-1 LANDSCAPE. A stream runs in the foreground with 
figures on the shore at the right and cattle grazing at 
the left; groups of trees beyond and mountains in the 
distance. 
H. 32! in. W. 47I in. Canvas. Signed: A. B. Durand 

1853. 

Bequest of Mrs. Sarah Ann Ludlum, 1877. 

D93-2 JUDGMENT OF GOG. (Fulfilment of the prediction 
according to Ezekiel, xxxix, 4.) The valley of Hamon- 
Gog, where the troops of Gog, the prince of Rosh, Mes- 
hech and Thubal, are being overthrown. 
H. 6o| in. W. 5of in. Canvas. 

Gift in memory of Jonathan Sturges by his children, 
1895. 

D93-3 IN THE WOODS. A brook winds between birches. 
H. 6of in. W. 48! in. Canvas. Signed: A. B. Durand, 

Gift in memory of Jonathan Sturges by his children, 
1895. 

D93-4 ARIADNE. (A copy after the large painting by Van- 
Gallery derlyn which is in the Pennsylvania Academy of the 
16 Fine Arts in Philadelphia. This copy was made by 

Durand before oxecuting the etching.) Full-length, nude, 
lying on the ground with a white and red drapery beneath 
her; landscape and sea in the background. 
H. 17I in, W. 19I in. Canvas. 
Gift of Samuel P. Avery, 1897. 

D93-5 IMAGINARY LANDSCAPE. At the right are trees 
with high mountain peaks beyond; at the left is a valley 
with a winding river in the distance and a flock of sheep 
coming toward the foreground. 
H. 39I in. W. 61 in. Canvas. 
Gift of J. Pierpont Morgan, 191 1. 

D93-6 THE BEECHES. In the foreground at the left is a 
group of beeches; a road winds through the picture and 

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DURAND — DURER 

" in the middle distance are a flock of sheep and the shep- 
herd; a lake is beyond. 

H. 6of in. W. 48I in. Canvas. Signed: A B DU- 
RAND 1845. Bulletin, 191 5, p. 64; ill. p. 65. 
Bequest of Maria De Witt Jesup, from the collection of 
her husband, Morris K. Jesup, 191 5. 

D93-7 SUMMER AFTERNOON. In the foreground at the 

Gallery left is a lake; on the far bank at the right are large trees 

16 beneath which cattle are grazing; two cows wade in the 

water. 

H. 22| in. W. 35 in. Canvas. Signed: A B Durand 

1865. Bulletin, 191 5, p. 64; ill. p. 66. 

Bequest of Maria De Witt Jesup, from the collection of 

her husband, Morris K. Jesup, 1915. 

DURER, Albrecht. German; born 1471 at Nuremberg; died 
there 1528. He was apprenticed in i486 to Michel 
Wolgemuth. Painted portraits and devotional pictures 
and is also noted as an engraver and etcher. 

D931-1 MADONNA AND CHILD WITH SAINT ANNE. St. 

Gallery Anne, with fixed look, her head and chin covered with a 
37 white drapery, holds the sleeping Christ Child on her lap 

and rests her left hand on the Virgin's shoulder; Mary, 
her head lower than St. Anne's, with half-closed eyes and 
joined hands, adores the Child. Several similar com- 
positions by Diirer exist; Waagen mentions ten. An 
exact study for this St. Anne is in the Albertina at Vienna. 
In the middle of the nineteenth century this picture was 
the subject of discussions as to its authenticity; it is 
listed as by Durer in the monograph on this artist by 
Moritz Thausing, who reports the arguments. 
H. 23! in. W. ig\l in. Wood. Monogrammed: AD 
1519. 
Bequest of Benjamin Altman, 1913. 

D931-2 VIRGIN AND CHILD. The Virgin is blonde and 
rather fat; the nude Child crouches on her lap, holding 
her left thumb in His right hand. She leans over Him 
and lifts with her right hand the white cloth on which He 
sits. Her dress and shawl are both salmon colored; a 
white chemisette shows at her throat; brown back- 
ground with delicate yellow rays from the Virgin's head. 
.H. iiin. W.8i^in. Wood. Signed: 15 16 AD. 
Gift of J. Pierpont Morgan, 1917. 

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DUTCH SCHOOL — DYCK 

DUTCH SCHOOL; Seventeenth Century. 

DU95S-1 A BURGOMASTER. Life-size figure, seen to the knees, 

Gallery seated at a table, writing; he has gray hair, beard, and 

26 moustache, and wears a narrow white ruff and a dark coat 

with leopard skin collar; his gloves are in his left hand. 

H. 42I in. W. 30y^ in. Wood. 

Gift of Henry G. Marquand, 1888. 

DUVERGER, Theophile Emmanuel. French; born 182 1 at 
Bordeaux; died 1901 (?). 

D951-1 FEEDING THE BIRD. A kitchen with a little girl 
S. W. kneeling on the red tiled floor beside a large bird cage; 
Stairway a woman is seated at the right, sewing. 

H. I2f in. W. 9f in. Wood. Signed: Duverger 
Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

DYCK, Anthony Van. See Van Dyck. 



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EAKINS, Thomas. American; born 1844 at Philadelphia; died 
there 1916. Pupil of the Pennsylvania Academy of the 
Fine Arts; Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris under Gerome 
and Bonnat. 

THE CHESS PLAYERS. An interior with two men 
seated at a table; a third stands watching the game. 



Ea5-i 

Gallery 
12 



H. iif in. W. i6f in. Wood. Inscribed: benjamini 

EAKINS, FILIUS, PINXIT, 1876. 

Gift of the artist, 1881. 

Ea5-2 PUSHING FOR RAIL. (The name given by sports- 
Gallery men to a method of hunting rail, a kind of water-bird, 
13 whereby the hunter is punted along the shallow waters 

of marshy streams and shoots the birds as they fly on 
being disturbed.) Three hunters, each with his boat- 
man, are in three boats which are hidden by weeds. 
H. 13 in. W. 30yV iri. Canvas. Signed: EAKINS 74. 
Purchase, Arthur Hoppock Hearn Fund, 1916. 

Ea5-3 THE WRITING MASTER. Portrait of the artist's 

Gallery father, engrossing a parchment diploma on a table, the 

12 top of which shows at the lower edge of the canvas. He 

is a man of about seventy with bald forehead, thin white 

hair, and white chin beard; he has strong wrinkled hands, 

capable of sensitive and most delicate work. His coat 

is black and the background is dark. 

H. 30 in. W. 34I in. Canvas. Signed: EAKINS 82. 

Bulletin, 1917, p. 218, ill.; 1918, p. 25. 

Purchase, Kennedy Fund, 191 7. 

Ea 5-4 THE THINKER. Life-size, full-length, standing figure 

Gallery of a nervous man of about forty. He is clean shaven, has 

12 black hair, and wears glasses. He stands three-quarters 

to right, with feet apart, head tipped somewhat for- 

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EAKINS — ELLIOTT 

ward, and his hands in his trousers pockets — the attitude 

of one lost in thought. His black clothes fit him loosely; 

the background is light. 

H. 82 in. W, 42 in. Canvas. Signed: Eakins 1900. 

Bulletin, 1917, p. 218, ill.; 1918, p. 25. 

Purchase, Kennedy Fund, 19 17. 

EARLE, Ralph. American; born 175 1 in Worcester County, 
Mass.; died 1801 at Bolton, Conn. At first an itiner- 
ant portrait painter; after the War of the Revolution went 
to London returning to the United States probably in 1 786. 
Signed sometimes Earl but more frequently Earle. 

Ea7-i LADY WILLIAMS. Life-size, seated portrait, seen 

Gallery to below the knees; she is dressed in white and holds a 

16 baby girl on her lap; the child has a blue sash and blue 

ribbons on her cap; at the left is a mahogany table with 

an inkstand. 

H. 50I in. W. 39f in. Canvas. Signed: R Earl Pinxit 

I783.(?) Bulletin, 1906, p. 83, ill. 

Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1906. 

EECKHOUT, Gerbrandt van den. Dutch; born 162 1 at Amster- 
dam; died there 1674. Pupil and imitator of Rembrandt. 

Eei-i DESTRUCTION OF SODOM AND GOMORRAH. 

Gallery Clouds of smoke rise to right and left; between are seen 
14 the burning cities and panic-stricken people; in the fore- 

ground Lot is escaping accompanied by two angels and 
behind him are his wife and her attendants. 
H. 14 in. W. 20yV in. Wood. 
Gift of George A. Hearn, 1906. 

EKSERGIAN, Carnig. Armenian; born 1859 at Constantinople; 
studied there and in Paris; lives in New York. 

Ek7-i ISAAC D.FLETCHER. (1844-1917.) Standing, three^ 
quarters length, full-face. Mr. Fletcher is shown at the 
age of seventy; he wears a black coat and tie. 
H.4oin. W. 3oin. Canvas. Signed: C. Eksergian 1914. 
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac D. Fletcher Collection. 
Bequest of Isaac D. Fletcher, 1917. 

ELLIOTT, Charles L. American; born 1812 at Scipio, N. Y.; 
died 1868 at Albany, N. Y. Pupil of Trumbull and 
Quidor; spent the greater part of his life in New York 
City. Portraits. 

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ELLIOTT — EMMET 

EI5-1 PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST Life-size, bust; he 
has dark hair, falling nearly to the shoulders, and a full 
beard. 

H. 30I in. W. 24^ in. Canvas. 
Gift of Robert Hoe, 1888. 

EI5-2 M. B. BRADY. ( ? -1896; historical photographer.) 
Life-size, to the waist; he has dark hair and beard. 
Painted in 1857. 
H. 24 in. W. 20 in. Canvas. 
Gift of friends of Mr. Brady, 1896. 

EI5-3 CALEB GASPER. (1790-1877; of Marcellus, N. Y.) 
Gallery Life-size figure, seated in a red chair and seen to the 
16 waist; his hair is slightly gray. 

H. 33^ in. W. 25 in. Canvas, oval. Signed: C. L. 

Elliott 1852. 

Gift of Mrs. Henry Marquand, 1897. 

EI5-4 MRS. JAMES CLINTON GRISWOLD. (1830-1897; 
she was Laura Gasper, daughter of Caleb Gasper.) 
Life-size figure, seen to the knees; she is seated on a red 
drapery and dark trees form the background; she wears 
a thin white dress and her hair is parted and drawn back. 
H. 36I in. W. 29I in. Canvas. Signed: Elliott 1854. 
Gift of Mrs. Henry Marquand, 1897. 

ELTEN, Kruseman van. See Kruseman. 

EMMET, Ellen G. (Mrs. William Blanchard Rand.) Ameri- 
can; born 1876 in San Francisco; lives in New York 
City. Studied in New York and Paris. Portraits. 

Em6-i AUGUSTUS SAINT-GAUDENS. (1848-1907; American 

Gallery sculptor.) Life-size, seated, seen to below the knees; 

12 the face is in profile, the left elbow rests on the arm of the 

chair, and the raised left hand holds the eyeglasses. 

H. 38I in. W. 30 in. Canvas. 

Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1904. 

Em6-2 BENJAMIN ALTMAN. (1840-1913; New York mer- 

Gallery chant, art collector, and philanthropist. He bequeathed 

38 his art collection to the Museum.) Life-size, full-length, 

seated figure. 

H. 44I in. W. 33I in. Canvas. Signed: Ellen Emmet 

Rand, 1914. 

Gift of the Executors of the Estate of Benjamin Altman, 

1914. 

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ENGELBRECHTSEN — ESCALLIER 

ENGELBRECHTSEN, Cornelis. Dutch; born i468(?) at Ley- 
den; died there 1533. 

En3-i CRUCIFIXION. Christ is on the cross in the center 
Gallery of the picture with three angels, represented in blue 
34 monochrome, holding chalices to catch the blood from 

His wounds; at the right and left are the crucified thieves. 
In the foreground at the left stand the Virgin in a black 
robe and St. Peter in a gray robe and green mantle; 
at the right stand St. John in red and St. Margaret in 
yellow with the dragon at her feet. In the immediate 
foreground the donors are kneeling at prie-dieux; the 
man, wearing a black fur-lined robe with red undersleeves, 
is at the left; the woman, attired in the garb of a nun, is 
on the opposite side. Landscape background with a 
river and blue hills in the distance. 
H. 24 J in. W. 35i\ in. Wood. 
Gift of Frederic Coudert, 1888. 

School of Engelbrechtsen. 

En3S-i ECCE HOMO. A city square with a raised platform 
at the left where Christ stands with hands bound and 
wearing the crown of thorns; in the foreground at the 
right are soldiers and other men. This and the following 
panel were originally part of the same altarpiece; on the 
back of each a single figure is painted in grisaille. 
H. i6h in. W. 81 in. Wood. 
Gift of Ferdinand Hermann, 191 1, 

En3S-2 DESPOILMENT OF CHRIST. In the foreground a 
man is removing Christ's cloak; at the left the Virgin 
is supported by St. John; landscape background with 
towers of a castle on a hill in the distance. 
H. i6i in. W. 8f in. Wood. 
Gift of Ferdinand Hermann, 191 1. 

ESCALLIER, Eleonore. French; born at Poligny; died 1888 
in Paris. Pupil of Ziegler; she was a flower painter at 
the government porcelain factory at Sevres. 

Esi-i A BASKET OF FLOWERS. In a basket and on the 
S. W. ground are pink roses and other cut flowers. 
Stairway H. 29I in. W. 23^ in. Canvas. Signed: E. Escallier. 
Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

Esi-2 CHRYSANTHEMUMS. Long stalks of white and 
pink chrysanthemums in a dark blue vase are placed in 

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ESCALLIER— EYCK 

S. W. front of a black and gold lacquered box; a red drapery 
Stairway is at the left; two birds peck the flower stems. 

H. 28f in. W. 23§ in. Canvas. Signed: E. Escallier. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

ESCOSURA, Leon Y. Spanish; born 1834 at Oviedo; died 
1901 at Toledo. Pupil of the Royal Museum at Madrid; 
Gerome in Paris. 

Esii-i AUCTION SALE IN CLINTON HALL, NEW YORK 
CITY, 1876. A sale of bric-a-brac is being held. 
H. 22y^^ in. W. 31! in. Canvas. Signed: Leon Y Es- 
cosura 1876. 
Gift of the artist, 1883. 

ETTY, William. British (English); born 1787 at York; died 
there 1849. Pupil of the Schools of the Royal Academy 
in London and of Sir Thomas Lawrence. 

Et7-i THE THREE GRACES. A study of three, partly 
Gallery nude, standing female figures. 

24 \ H. 22^ in. W. i8f in. Cardboard. Bulletin, 1906, p. 65. 
Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1906. 



EYCK, Jan Van. See Van Eyck. 



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FABER, CONRAD; known as Conrad von Creuznach, also as 
Master of the Holzhausen Portraits. German; born prob- 
ably at Creuznach. Worked at Frankfort from 1525 to 
1 55 1, where he was the portrait painter of the patricians 
of the town. Usually signed C v C. 

Fi-i PORTRAIT OF A MAN. (According to Friedlander 

Gallery this is a portrait of George von Rhein zum Mohren. 
34 The St. George on the dagger and the Moor on the ring 

gave the clue.) Standing figure, seen to the waist; the 
left hand, on which are two rings, holds the handle 
of a dagger which has a gold inlay showing St. 
George and the Dragon; he has a square-cut, brown 
beard; he wears a black cap over a yellow skull cap, a 
gathered white shirt with gilt collar, and a gold link 
chain which falls inside his coat. Landscape background 
with towns and vineyards carefully drawn and the Rhine 
beyond with distant hills crowned with castles. 
H.2o|in. W. i4y\ in. Wood. Bulletin, 1912, p. 136, ill. 
Purchase, Kennedy Fund, 19 12. 

FAES, Peter van der. See Lely. 

FALERO, Luis. Spanish; born 185 1 at Granada; died 1896 at 
London. Studied in Paris. 

F18-1 TWIN STARS. Two female figures in diaphanous 
S. W. black drapery cling to each other in mid air and point 
Stairway to two stars above them; dark blue night sky. 

H. i6§ in. W. 8^ in. Water color. Signed: Falero. 

-Paris 1 88 1. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

FANTIN-LATOUR, Ignace Henri Jean Theodore. French; 
born 1836 at Grenoble; died 1904 at Buve. Pupil of his 

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FANTIN-LATOUR — FIORENZO DI LORENZO 

father, Theodore Fantin la Tour, and of Lecoq de Bois- 
baudran. 

F21-1 PORTRAIT OF A LADY. Life-size, seated, seen to 
Gallery below the knees; she is dressed in black and wears 
17 turquoise jewels. 

H. 39^ in. W. 32 in. Canvas. Signed: Fantin. 85. 

Bulletin, 1910, p. 123, ill. 

Purchase, Wolfe Fund, 19 10. 

F21-2 AN ATELIER AT BATIGNOLLES. (Sketch for the 
picture in the Luxembourg Museum.) Manet at the 
easel is painting the portrait of the poet Astruc, sur- 
rounded by his friends, Monet, Renoir, Bazille, and 
others. 

H. 1 1^ in. W. 1 5I in. Charcoal and oil paint on paper. 
Signed: Fantin. Bulletin, 19 19, p. 138. 
Gift of Mrs. Helena M. Loewel in memory of Charles 
W. Kraushaar, 19 19. 

FICHEL, Benjamin Eugene. French; born 1826 at Paris; died 
there 1895. Pupil of Paul Delaroche. 

F44-1 A VIOLIN PLAYER. Standing figure of a man in a 
red coat. 

H.8Hin. W. 4fin. Wood. Signed: E. FICHEL. 
1871. 
Bequest of Stephen Whitney Phoenix, 1881. 

F44-2 AWAITING AN AUDIENCE. The reception room 
S. W. of a palace with a cardinal and many courtiers in the 
Stairway costume of the end of the eighteenth century. 

H. 19^ in. W. 3 if in. Wood. Signed: E. FICHEL. 

1873. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

FIESOLE, Giovanni da. See Angelico. 

FILIPEPI, Sandro. See Botticelli. 

FIORENZO DI LORENZO. Italian (Umbrian); born about the 
middle of the fifteenth century at Perugia; died after 
1521. Pupil of Mezzastris and Bonfigli; influenced by 
Benozzo Gozzoli, Antonio Pollaiuolo, and Verrocchio. 

F51-1 THE NATIVITY. The Child lies on the ground while 

Gallery the Virgin kneels at the right and St. Joseph at the left; 

30 immediately behind the group is a grotto within which 

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FIORENZO DI LORENZO — FLAGG 

are the ox and the ass and above it are two small angels 
kneeling on a cloud and holding a scroll; landscape back- 
ground. 

H. I if in. W. 26| in. Tempera on wood. Bulletin, 
1907, p. 24, ill. 
Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1906. 

FIRMIN-GIRARD, Marie Francois. French; born 1838 at 
Poncin, Ain; lives in Paris. Pupil of Gleyre. 

F511-1 A RAINY DAY IN PARIS. Two ladies are walking 
under an open umbrella near the book-stalls which line 
the quays beside the Seine. 

H. 9§in. W. ylin. Wood. Signed: FIRMIN-GIRARD. 
1879. 
Bequest of Thomas P. Salter, 1907. 

FITZ, Rutherford Benjamin. American; born 1855 at New 
York City; died there 1891. Studied at the National 
Academy of Design in New York; also in Munich. 

F57-1 MARIE. Life-size, almost to the waist; a yellow scarf 
is draped about her shoulders. 
H. 23 in. W. i6yV in. Canvas. Signed: Fitz. 
Gift of several gentlemen, 1892. 

FLAGG, Charles Noel. American; born 1848 at Brooklyn, New 
York; died 1916 at Hartford, Conn. Pupil of L. Jaques- 
son de la Chevreuse in Paris. 

F59-1 MARK TWAIN. (Samuel L. Clemens, 1835-1910; 
American author.) 

H. 40J in. W. 32! in. Canvas. Signed: Charles Noel 
Flagg 1890. 
Gift of Miss Ellen Earle Flagg, 19 17. 

FLAGG, Montague. American; born 1842 at Hartford, Conn.; 
died 191 5 in New York City. Pupil of Jacquesson de 
la Chevreuse in Paris; most of his professional life was 
spent in New York. 

F591-1 PORTRAIT OF MY WIFE. The figure is seen to the 

Gallery waist; her hair is parted and drawn over the ears; she 

12 wears a simple black dress, slightly open at the throat. 

H. 26|in. W. 22 in. Canvas. Signed: MONTAGUE 
FLAGG. 
• Gift of Charles Noel Flagg, A. N. A., through his daughter, 
Ellen Earle Flagg, 191 7. 

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FLAGG — FLEMISH SCHOOL 

F591-2 CHARLES FOSTER. The figure is seated to the right 
and seen to the waist. He has reddish brown hair parted 
in the middle and moustache and imperial; his hands are 
clasped on his lap. 

H. 32 in. W. 25! in. Canvas. Signed: Montague 
Flagg, 1882. 
Gift of Charles Foster, 19 19. 



FLEMISH SCHOOL. 

FI62S-1 TEMPTATION OF SAINT ANTHONY. Fantastic 
landscape with small figures. St. Anthony is reading at a 
desk; about him are witches, devils, and grotesque 
animals. Previously attributed to Pieter Bruegel the 
Younger. Seventeenth-century work. 
H. 221^^ in. W. i6f in. Wood. 
Gift of Edward Robinson, 1874. 

FI62S-5 SCENES FROM THE LIFE OF A SAINT. At the 
Gallery left a youth stands in the choir of a partially finished 
34 church where there are three priests and several choir 

boys. In the background at the right, the same young 
man is in the street, distributing alms. Previously 
attributed to Henricus Blesius. Early sixteenth-century 
work; Antwerp school (?). 

H. 33tV in- W. 23 in. Wood. Bulletin, 1909, p. 25, ill. 
Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1908. 

FI62S-6 PORTRAIT OF A MAN. (According to tradition this 

Gallery is a portrait of John Lilburne, the English political 

26 ■ agitator; i6i4(?)— 1657.) Life-size, seen to the waist; his 

dark brown hair falls over a broad, flat white linen collar. 

Seventeenth-century work. 

H. 27I in. W. 2i| in. Canvas. Bulletin, 1909, p. 10. 
> Gift of Mrs. Wheeler Smith, 1908. 

FI62S--7 :LIFE of saint GODELIEVE. a polyptycb. (Ac- 
^ cording to the legend, Godelieve, a pious young maiden, 
became the wife of Bertolf, who lived at Ghisteles, 
Flanders, from 1067 to 1070; he soon tired of her and 
although she bore his maltreatment and that of her 
. mother-in-law with Christian fortitude, he had her put 
to death. She was canonized in 1084. The name 
Godelieve in Flemish means Love of God.) When open, 
the five panels illustrate her life. At the left she is 
playing with two young girls and her parents are in the 
background; next she is giving alms; the central panel 

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FLEMISH SCHOOL — FORTUNY 

shows a feast being prepared by angels, the marriage 
ceremony, and her preparation for a religious life; in 
the right-hand panels she is being strangled by her 
husband's hirelings and thrown into a well. When closed, 
the doors show the donor and several saints. Painted to- 
ward end of fifteenth century. 

H. 44 in. W. central panels 57 in.; wings each lof in. 
Wood. Bulletin, 1912, p. 126, ill. 
Purchase, Kennedy Fund, 191 2. 

FI62S-8 THE LAST SUPPER; THE FALLING OF MANNA; 

Gallery MELCHIZEDEK AND ABRAHAM. A triptych. 
34 The central panel depicts the Last Supper as taking 

place in a Flemish church. On the right is a landscape 
with Moses directing the gathering of the manna. At 
the left, Melchizedek is giving bread and wine to Abraham. 
On the outside of the wings are single figures of Adam 
and Eve. Previously attributed to Herri met de Bles^ 
Early sixteenth-century work. 

Center panel: H. 41I in. W. 28 in. Side panels each. 
H.4i|in. W. 12 in. (sight) Wood. Bulletin, 1909, p. 154. 
Gift of J. Pierpont Morgan, 1917. 

FLORIAN, Walter. American; born 1878 at New York City; 
died there 1909. Pupil of Metropolitan Museum Art 
School under Twachtman and Herbert Morgan; Art 
Students' League of New York; Julian and Colarossi 
Academies in Paris; studied in Spain and Holland. 

F66-1 JOZEF ISRAELS. (Dutch painter; see Israels.) Life-size, 
N. E. seated figure, with palette and brushes held in his left 
Stairway hand; a characteristic pose, painted in Israel's studio. 

H. 40 in. W. 30I in. Canvas. Signed: Walter Florian 

Holland-1903. 

Gift of Julian Florian, 191 1. 

FORTUNY, Mariano. Spanish; born 1838 at Reus in Catalonia; 
died 1874 at Rome, Italy. Studied at the Academy of 
Barcelona; traveled in Morocco and the East. 

F77-1 CAMELS REPOSING; TANGIERS. Four camels and 
Gallery their keeper; a wall forms the background. 

18 H. 7I in. W. i4yV in. Water color. Signed: Fortuny 

Tanger 1865. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

F77-2 A SPANISH LADY. Life-size, standing figure, seen 

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FORTUNY — FRANCIA 

Gallery to the knees; the right hand holds the folds of her black 
19 silk dress; dark greenish background. 

H. 54 in. W. 39I in. Canvas. Signed: M. Fortuny 

Roma 1865. 

Gift of Alfred Corning Clark, 1889. 

F77-3 MOORS ON HORSEBACK. Three figures. 

H. 2 in. W. 6in. Water color. Stamped: Fortuny with- 
in a circle. 

Bequest of Mrs. Martha T. Fiske Collord, in memory of 
Josiah M. Fiske, 1908. 

FOSTER, Ben. American; born 1852 at North Anson, Me.; 
lives in New York City. Pupil of Abbott H. Thayer in 
New York; Morot and Merson in Paris. Landscapes. 

F81-1 IN THE CONNECTICUT HILLS. In the foreground a 

Gallery hillside with bare tree trunks; in the middle distance a 

15 cottage (the painter's home) nearly hidden by trees; a 

hill forms the background. 

H. 41I in. W. 47I in. Canvas. Signed: Ben Foster. 

Bulletin, 1914, p. 151, ill. 

Purchase, Hearn Fund, 1914. 

F81-2 LATE SUMMER MOONRISE. There are pastures 

Gallery divided by stone walls in a rolling country with a wood at 

15 the left and an orchard below. Hills beyond, over which 

the moon is painted emerging from a blue cloud-bank. 

Weeds in the foreground. 

H. 42^ in. W. 48! in. Canvas. Signed: Ben Foster. 

Purchase, Arthur Hoppock Hearn Fund, 191 7. 

FRAN^AIS, Francois Louis. French; born 1814 at Plombieres; 
died 1897 at Paris. Pupilof Gigoux and Corot. Land- 
scapes. 

F841-1 GATHERING OLIVES. In the foreground is a tall 
tree from which a boy with a long pole is threshing olives; 
three girls are below at the left, gathering the fruit; 
in the distance are the heights and waterfalls of Tivoli. 
H. 83! in. W, 52! in. Canvas. Signed: Franfais. 68 
Gift of J. Montaignac, 1897. 

FRANCESCHINI, Baldassare. See Volterrano. 

FRANCIA; real name Francesco di Marco di Giacomo Raibolini; 
generally known as II Francia. Italian (Bolognese); born 
about 1448 at Bologna; died there 15 17. Apprenticed 

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FRANCIA — FR^RE 

at first to a goldsmith, he was a successful die cutter, 
worker in niello, and engraver; in 1508 was Director of 
the Mint. His painting was influenced by Lorenzo Costa, 
who worked in partnership with him. 

F844-1 FEDERIGO GONZAGA. (1500-1540; son of Gian 
Gallery Francesco Gonzaga, Marquis of Mantua, and Isabella 
37 d'Este; became Duke of Mantua 1530 and ruler of 

Montferrat 1536.) Head and shoulders of a young boy 
who stands back of a window ledge and holds a dagger 
in his right hand; he has long brown hair and wears a 
black cap, a black doublet, and a jeweled chain with pearl 
pendant; landscape background. The portrait was 
painted for the boy's mother and, according to the 
correspondence of Isabella d'Este with Francia, it was 
begun July 29, 15 10, and finished before August loth; it 
was painted at Bologna when the young prince visited 
his father in that city before going to Rome as a hostage 
to the Pope. 

H. i8i\ in. W. 14 in. Tempera on canvas, transferred 
from wood. 
Bequest of Benjamin Altman, 1913. 

FRENCH SCHOOL; Seventeenth Century. 

Fr88S-i DUCHESSE DE MAZARIN. (1640- 1699; Hortense 
Mancini, niece of Cardinal Mazarin, who inherited his 
wealth and titles.) A standing figure, seen to the knees; 
she wears an elaborate, low-necked dress of white satin em- 
broidered with yellow and a red cloak which she holds with 
both hands; in her hair are red and white feathers caught 
with pearls. At one time. attributed to Nicolaes Maes. 
H. 48y\ in. W. 34I in. Canvas. 
Purchase, 1871. 

FRERE, Charles Theodore. French, born 181 5 at Paris; 
died there 1888. Pupil of Cogniet and Roqueplan. 

F89-1 DEPARTURE FROM JERUSALEM FOR JAFFA. 
At the right a group of camels; a city is in the distance. 
H. ii^in. W. I7i in. Wood. Signed: TH. FRERE. 
Bequest of Stephen Whitney Phoenix, .1881. 

F89-2 CAIRO; EVENING. The bank o-f a narrow river with 

Gallery Egyptian women filling their water jars; at the left a 

18 drove of camels comes in single file across a bridge 

in the middle distance; tall palm trees, a mosque, and 

the city in the distance are pink in the sunset light. 

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H.29fin. W.43|in. Canvas. Signed: TH. FR^RE- 

AU CAIRE, EGYPTE. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

F89-3 JERUSALEM FROM THE ENVIRONS. In the 

Gallery foreground is an Arab encampment with tents, camels, 

18 and numerous figures; rolling hills are beyond with 

the city of Jerusalem in the distance. 

H. 29I in. W. 43I in. Canvas. Signed: TH. FRERE- 

JERUSALEM TERRE SAINTE. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

FRERE, Pierre Edguard. French; born 1819 at Paiis; died 
1886 at Ecouen, where he had lived for forty years. 
Pupil of Delaroche and of the Ecole des Beaux-Arts. 

F891-1 VISIT OF A SISTER OF CHARITY. A room in a 
Gallery cottage with a nun holding a child on her lap; the mother 
18 is kneeling and a little girl stands at the left. 

H.2oin. W. i6| in. Wood. Signed: P. Edouard Fr^re 1877. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

FRIESEKE, Frederick Carl. American; born 1874 at Owosso, 
Mich.; lives in Paris. Pupil of the Art 'Institute of Chi- 
cago; Benjamin-Constant, Laurens, and Whistler in Paris. 

F91-1 THE TOILET. Life-size figure of a young woman, partly 

Gallery dressed, seen to below the waist ; she stands before a mirror 

12 with a handglass in her right hand; a blue bowl with red 

and purple flowers is on the dressing table at the right. 

H. 31I in. W. 3if in. Canvas. Signed: F. C. Frieseke. 

Gift of Rodman Wanamaker, 19 12. 

FROMENTIN, Eugene. French; born 1820 at La Rochelle; 
died 1876 at St. Maurice near La Rochelle. Pupil of 
Cabat; influenced by Marilhat; traveled in Algiers. 

F92-1 ARABS CROSSING A FORD. A white horse with its 

Gallery rider is stepping out of a stream to the left bank where 

17 there are other mounted Arabs; rocky shores with a few 

trees. 

. H.2oin. W. 24I in. Wood. Signed: Eug. Fromentin-73. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

FULLER, George. American; born 1822 at Deerfield, Mass.; 
died 1884 ^t Brookline, Mass. Pupil of H. K. Brown 
in Albany, N. Y.; studied in Boston; traveled, painting 
portraits; ideal work done during the later part of his life. 

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NYDIA. (The blind girl in Bulwer-Lytton's Last 
Days of Pompeii.) Life-size, standing figure, seen to the 
knees, she is enveloped in a thin white drapery which 
is held with both hands. 

H. 50 in. W. 32j in. Canvas. Signed: G. Fuller. 
Gift of George I. Seney, 1887. 

HEAD OF A BOY. (Portrait of his eldest son.) Life- 
size head; the figure is lost in the brown background. 
H. 27j in. W. 22 in. Canvas. 
Gift of George I. Seney, 1887. 

AND SHE WAS A WITCH. (Suggestion of the title 
taken from Shakespeare.) At the left a young woman, 
with one hand on the knob of the door of a cottage, turns 
with a startled look, three figures are at the extreme 
right; beyond the house are trees and beneath them stands 
an old woman who watches the figure in the doorway. 
Hazy atmosphere and sunset sky. 
H. 30 in. W. 40 in. Canvas. Signed: G. Fuller. 
Gift of George 1. Seney, 1887 

THE QUADROON. Life-size figure of a young girl, 

seated in a cotton field with an overturned basket at 

her side; fields beyond with several women bending over 

as they pick. 

H. 50I in. W. 40I in. Canvas. Signed: G. Fuller. 

Bulletin, 1910, p. 108, ill. 

Gift of George A. Hearn, 1910. 

AN. Flemish, born 161 1 at Antwerp; died there 1661. 
Pupil of Frans Snyders. Animal and still life. 

DEAD GAME. Partridges and woodcock are lying 
on the ground; a wicker basket is seen in the back- 
ground. 

H. 23! in. W. 30I in. Canvas. 
Purchase, 1871. 

DEAD HARE AND BIRDS. Dead game on a flat 
basket' two woodcocks hang against the wall. 
H. 23I in. W. 31 in. Canvas. 
Purchase, 1871. 

DEAD PARTRI DOES. Dead game lying on the ground 

at the foot of an old tree. 

H. iSy^ in. W. i4iV Jn. Canvas. Signed: Joannes 

Fyt. 

Purchase, 1871. 

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GADDI, Taddeo. Italian (Florentine); born about 1300 at Flor- 
ence, died there after 1366. Pupil of his father, Gad- 
do Gaddi, and of Giotto, whom he assisted for twenty- 
four years. 

Gii-i MADONNA AND CHILD WITH SAINTS. An 
Gallery altarpiece in five panels. In the center the Madonna, 
33 wearing a blue mantle, is seated on a white marble throne 

and the cloth of honor is upheld by two angels; the 
Child is seated on her knee and wears a red dress and 
yellow cloak. Full-length, standing figures of St. John 
the Baptist and of St. Lawrence are at the left; at the 
right, are those of St. James Major and of St. Stephen; 
each of the four panels has gold ground and ends in a 
pointed Gothic arch; the panels are separated by painted 
pilasters; in the spandrels are figures of the Evangelists; 
these were added toward the end of the fifteenth century. 
The name of each saint is inscribed on the base which 
extends across all the panels. 

H. 64I in. W. 113 in. over all. Tempera on wood. 
Bulletin, 1910, p. 252, ill. 
Purchase, Rogers Fund, 19 10. 

GAINSBOROUGH, Thomas. British (English); born 1727 at 
Sudbury in Suffolk; died 1788 at London, where he 
had lived since 1774. Studied drawing with the engraver 
Hubert Gravelot and painting with Francis Hayman. 
Portrait painter; also landscapes. 

G12-1 A CHILD WITH A CAT. (The child Is supposed to 

Gallery be Jack Hill, the son of a woodman whom Gainsborough, 

24 toward the latter part of his life, took into his 

home, and frequently used as a model.) Full-length figure, 

standing at the edge of a pool; back of the child is a 

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wooden fence; the cat is in the foreground at the left and 

a red cloak lies on the ground. Attributed by Roger Fry 

to Gainsborough Dupont; Armstrong lists it as by 

Thomas Gainsborough. 

H. 59I in. W. 47^ in. Canvas. 

Gift of Henry G. Marquand, 1888. 

THE REVEREND HUMPHREY BURROUGHS. 
(Gainsborough's mother was a Miss Burroughs and this 
is a portrait of her brother, who was master of the school 
at Sudbury which Gainsborough attended from his 
tenth to his fourteenth year.) Life-size figure, seen to 
the waist; his hair is powdered and he wears a blue coat 
trimmed with gold braid. Painted within an oval. 
H. 29! in. W. 25 in. Canvas. 
Gift of George A. Hearn, 1896. 

ENGLISH LANDSCAPE. Hilly country with a road 
in the center along which a wagon and men are approach- 
ing; at the left a hill with sheep grazing on the slope and 
three cows standing on the crsst; in the foreground at 
the right is a stream on the far bank of which are several 
asses; a cottage and a square tower are in the middle 
distance; bare mountains bevond. 

H.47fin. W. 58I in. Canvas. Bulletin, 1914, p. 5, ill. 
Gift of George A. Hearn, 1906. 

PORTRAIT OF A MAN. Life-size, seen almost to 
the waist; the arms are folded and the face is nearly 
in profile to the left. Formerly incorrectly called a por- 
trait of Gainsborough. 

H.28fin. W. 24! in. Canvas. Bulletin, 1906, p. 48, ill. 
Gift, 1906, of William T. Blodgett and his sister, Eleanor 
Blodgett, in memory of their father, William T. Blodgett, 
one of the founders of the Museum. 



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THE PAINTER'S DAUGHTER, MARGARET. Head 
and shoulders of a young girl with the head three-quarters 
to the right; her hair is drawn back and held with a black 
velvet ribbon tied on top with flowers; square-cut, low- 
necked dress. This head of Gainsborough's elder daugh- 
ter, Margaret (Peggy), is either a study for, or a replica 
of, one of the figures in the double portrait of his daughters 
in the Albert and Victoria Museum (South Kensington). 
London; painted about 1757-58. 

H. i8j\in. W. 14JI in. Canvas. Bulletin, 1915, p. 
94, ill. 

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Bequest of Maria De Witt Jesup, from the collection of 
her husband, Morris K. Jesup, 191 5. 

G12-6 MISS SPARROW. Life-size bust in an oval, three- 
Gallery quarters to the left. Her hair is powdered and piled 
24 high on the top of her head, but two curls hang down, 

one on each shoulder. She wears a low-cut white corsage 

with a brooch and pendent jewel and blue sleeves with 

an ermine trimming over the shoulders. 

H. 30 in. W. 25 in. Canvas. 

Mr. and Mrs. Isaac D. Fletcher Collection. 

Bequest of Isaac D. Fletcher, 19 17. 

G12-7 WOODLAND SCENE. A woodman has unhitched 
his horse, shown standing behind the cart; brown foliage 
about them and a pool in the right foreground. 
H. 9I in. W. I2y% in. Water color. Signed: T. G. in 
monogram. 

Mr. and Mrs. Isaac D. Fletcher Collection. 
Bequest of Isaac D. Fletcher, 191 7. 

GALLAIT, Louis. Belgian; born 18 10 at Tournai; died 1887 
at Brussels. Pupil of the Tournai Academy under 
Hennequin. 

G13-1 THE MINSTREL BOY. An old man in a ragged green 

Gallery coat, seated, and seen to below the knees, holds on 

18 his lap a half-clad boy whose head is bandaged; a violin 

rests against the boy's knee and a dog licks his hand. 

H. 18^^ in. W. i4f in. Wood. Signed: Louis Gallait 

1867. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

GAROFALO; real name Benvenuto Tisio. Italian (Ferrarese); 
born 1481 at Ferrara; died there 1559. Studied with 
Domenico Panetti at Ferrara, with Boccaccino at Cremona, 
and with Giovanni Baldini in Rome; strongly influenced 
by Lorenzo Costa with whom he worked in Bologna, by 
the brothers Dossi in Ferrara, and by Raphael whom 
he met in Rome. 

G19-1 SAINT NICHOLAS ASKED TO REVIVE A DEAD 

Gallery CHILD. St. Nicholas of Tolentino (i246?-i3o6) stands 

30 at the right in the doorway of a monastery; before him 

kneels a woman with a dead child in her arms; behind 

her stand a number of men and women. 

H. 13 in. W. 26 in. Canvas. 

Gift of J. Pierpont Morgan, 1917. 

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G19-2 SAFNT NICHOLAS REVIVING THE BfRDS. A 

Gallery room with the Saint lying in a bed which has a red cover- 

30 let; at the right two monks are carrying dishes and one 

of them holds out a bowl with two birds which are being 

restored to life by the Saint's benediction; at the left 

are four other monks of the order. 

H. 13 in. W. 26 in. Canvas. 

Gift of J. Pierpont Morgan, 19 17. 

GAUGENGIGL, Ignaz Marcel. American; born 1855 in 
Bavaria; lives in Boston. Pupil of Munich Academy. 

G23-1 A DIFFICULT QUESTION. An interior with two 
men in seventeenth century costumes examining an 
object of art and consulting books. Inscribed: une 

QUESTION DIFFICILE. 

H. 12 in. W. 16 in. Wood. Signed: I. M. GAUGENGIGL 

1883. 

Bequest of Mrs. Martha T. Fiske Collord, in memory 

of Josiah M. Fiske, 1908. 

GAY, Edward. American; born 1837 ^^ Dublin, Ireland; came 
to the United States in 1848 and settled at Albany, N. Y.; 
lives at Mount Vernon, N. Y. Pupil of James M. Hart 
at .-Mbany, N. Y. ; Schirmer and Lessing at Karlsruhe, 
Germany. Landscapes. 

G25-1 BROAD ACRES. A field of ripe grain with a narrow 
stream flowing at the right toward the foreground; 
in the distance at the left is a road and on a hill beyond 
is a white house. 

H.48iin. W.72in. Canvas. Signed: EDWARD G A Y-87 
Gift of a group of gentlemen, 1887. 

GAY, Walter. American; born 1856 at Hingham, Mass.; lives 
in Paris. Pupil of Bonnat in Paris. 

G251-1 THE SPINNERS. Les Fileuses. A kitchen with two 
old women in dull blue dresses, sitting near a fireplace; 
one is spinning. 

H. 42§ in. W. 4i|in. Canvas. Signed: Walter Gay 85. 
Gift of a friend, 1889. 

G251-2 WILLIAM HENRY HUNTINGTON. (1820 -1885; phil- 

Gallery anthropist, born at Norwich, Conn., but spent the latter 

22 part of his life in Paris. He bequeathed to the Museum 

a collection of miniatures, bronzes, and engravings of 

Washington, Franklin, and Lafayette.) Bust portrait 

with heavy brown hair and a full brown beard. 

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H. 8f in. W. 5f in. Wood; carved frame with stand. 

Signed: Walter Gay. 

Gift of George A. Lucas, 191 1. 

G251-3 GREEN SALON. Boiseries Vertes. An alcove in 
Gallery the Louis XV style with green walls paneled with 
12 gilt mouldings; there is a commode of the period on 

which stands a terracotta group of two cupids playing 
and on each side is a figurine in faience. It is a room 
in the artist's home, the Chateau de Brian, near Melun. 
H. 25^ in. W. 21 1 in. Canvas. Signed: Walter Gay. 
Bulletin, 1912, p. 229. 
Purchase, Rogers Fund, 191 2. 

GELDER, Aert de. Dutch; born 1645 at Dordrecht; died there 
1727. Pupil of Samuel van Hoogstraten and, about 
1660, of Rembrandt in Amsterdam. 

G28-1 PORTRAIT OF A MAN. Life-size, seated figure, seen 

Gallery almost to the knees; he wears a scarlet coat and steel 

26 breastplate and helmet; his right hand grasps the arm 

of the chair; a wooden arm and hook are attached to 

the stump of his left arm. Attributed to Ferdinand Bol 

by Bredius. 

H. 40 1\ in. W. 35I in. Canvas. 

Purchase, 1871. 

GELLEE, Claude. See Claude Lorraine. 

GENTH, Lillian. American; born at Philadelphia; lives in New 
York City. Pupil of Elliott Daingerfield at Philadel- 
phia School of Design for Women; Whistler in Paris. 

G281-1 SPRINGTIME, Landscape with a young woman who 

Gallery drops her white drapery as she steps from a ledge of 

15 rock into a pool at the right of the picture; her extended 

arm rests on the branch of a tree. 

H. 39 in. W. 30 in. Canvas. Signed: L. M, Genth. 

Gift of George A. Hearn, 19 10. 

GERICAULT, Jean Louis Andre Theodore. French; born 
1791 at Rouen; died 1824 at Paris. Studied with Carle 
Vernet and with Pierre Guerin; influenced by Gros. 
At first painted animals; later romantic subjects. 

G3-1 THE RAFT OF THE MEDUSA. (The frigate Medusa 

Gallery sailed from France on June 17, 1816, for St. Louis, 

17 Senegal; on July 2, the vessel was wrecked and fifty-nine 

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persons sought refuge on a raft; on the twelfth day the 
fifteen who were still living were picked up by the bark 
Argus.) This picture is a study for Gericault's master- 
piece, thelarge painting Le Radeau de la Meduse, exhibited 
at the Salon in 1819, and now in the Louvre at Paris. 
H. 19 in. W. 23! in. Canvas. 
Purchase, Wolfe Fund, 1909. 

GERMAN SCHOOL; Sixteenth Century. 

Ge3 iS-i I PORTRAIT OF AN ELECTOR OF SAXONY Stand- 
ing figure, seen to below the knees; he wears a long red 
cloak lined with brown fur, over golden armor, and an 
embroidered yellow cap; below his long white beard a 
miniature of the Madonna and Child and the Order 
of the Eagle hang from a broad linked chain. 
H. 30J in. W. 22I in. Canvas. 

Gift of Mrs. Laura Wolcott Lowndes in memory of 
her father, Lucius Tuckerman, 1907. 

Ge3iS-i2 PORTRAIT OF AN ELECTRESS OF SAXONY. 
Standing figure, seen to below the knees and holding a 
rosary; she wears a yellow brocaded cloak trimmed with 
brown fur; the sleeves of the under dress are red and a 
dark blue apron shows in front; her headdress is white 
and gold; about her shoulders is a broad linked chain from 
which hang a miniature of the Madonna and Child and 
the Order of the Eagle. 
H. 30J in. W. 22| in. Canvas. 

Gift of Mrs. Laura Wolcott Lowndes in memory of her 
father, Lucius Tuckerman, 1907. 

GEROME, Jean Leon. French; born 1824 at Vesoul; died 1904 
at Paris. Pupil of Paul Delaroche whom he accompanied 
to Rome in 1844, and of Gleyre in Paris. Sculptor 
as well as painter. 

G311-1 BOY OF THE BISCHARI TRIBE. A side view of a 
Gallery nude dark-skinned figure, seen to the waist; his right 

17 arm is thrown over a polished steel shield and the left 
hand grasps the cross-hilt of a sword. 

H. I if in. W. 8| in. Canvas. Signed: J. L. GEROME. 
Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

G311-2 PRAYER IN THE MOSQUE OF AMROU; OLD 
Gallery CAIRO. (This mosque is the oldest religious edifice 

18 in Cairo, having been built by the Mohammedans in 

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the first century of the Hegira, about 622 A. D.) Nu- 
merous Mohammedans in brightly colored robes and 
turbans stand in two long rows and all face to the left 
with hands raised in prayer; in the foreground at the 
right a Mussulman, dressed in red velvet and yellow 
silk, stands on a rug and behind him are two attendants. 
H. 35 in. W. 29I in. Canvas. Signed: J. L. GEROME. 
Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

G311-3 COFFEE-HOUSE AT CAIRO. An interior with two 
men near a stone stove at the left; a man seated on a 
wicker basket is preparing to smoke a hooka; a dervish 
is dancing and several men are seated against the wall 
in the background. 

H. 215 in. W. 24! in. Canvas. Signed. J L GEROME. 
Bequest of Henry H. Cook, 1905. 

G311-4 FIGURES IN A MOSQUE. Two female figures are 
kneeling on the tiled floor; a manservant dressed in 
red and blue stands behind them* all ar in oriental 
costume. 

H. 15 in. W. lof in. Wood. Signed: J L GEROME. 
Bequest of Martha T. Fiske Collord in memory of 
Josiah M. Fiske, 1908. 

G I AM BONO; real name Michele Giovanni Bom. Italian 
(Venetian); born at Venice, the first mention of 
him being in 1420 and the last in 1462. A follower 
of Gentile da Fabriano, and influenc^fed by Jacopo Bellini 
and Antonio Vivarini. 

G34-1 CHRIST RISING FROM THE TOMB. Nude figure, 

Gallery seen to the waist standing in the tomb over the front of 

33 which hangs an embroidered white shroud; behind Him, 

at the left, kneels St. Francis receiving the stigmata. A 

similar picture is in the Padua Museum. 

H. 2 if in. W. 15I in. Tempera on wood. 

Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1906. 

GIFFORD, R. Swain. American; born 1840 at Buzzards Bay, 
Mass.; died 1905 at New York City, where he had lived 
since 1866. Pupil of Albert van Beest in Holland. 

G36-1 NEAR THE COAST. At the right is a half-dead wil- 
low; brownish brakes and ferns in the foreground; the 
,sea beyond with a ray of sunlight. 
H. 32|in. W. 5i|in. Canvas. Signed: R. Swain Gifford. 
Gift of a group of gentlemen, 1885. 

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GIFFORD, Sandford R. American; born 1823 at Greenfield, 
N. Y.; died 1880 at New York City, which had been his 
home since 1844. Pupil of J. R. Smith and the National 
Academy of Design in New York; studied in Paris and 
Rome; traveled in Italy, Greece, Egypt, and the Rocky 
Mountains. Landscapes. 

G361-1 NEAR PALERMO. At the right is the bay; at the 
left a broad white road follows the curve of the shore 
to the city of Palermo which is in the distance at the 
foot of the mountains. 
H. 8| in. W. 15I in. Canvas. Signed: S. R. Gifford 

•73- 

Bequest of Thomas P. Salter, 1907. 

G361-2 TIVOLI. A broad expanse of country with a stream 

Gallery running through the valley toward the foreground; 

16 woods are at the right with a road in the foreground 

where there are several peasants; buildings are on the 

heights at the left and water falls over numerous ledges; 

hazy autumn light throughout. 

H. 26f in. W. 5of in. Canvas. Signed: S. R. Gifford 
1879. 
. Gift of Robert Gordon, 19 12. 

G361-3 KAATERSKILL CLOVE. A view in the Catskill 
Mountains with a steep crag at the left, water in the 
valley, and mountains in the distance. 
H. 48 in. W. 39I in. Canvas. Signed: S R Gifford 
1862. Bulletin, 191 5, p. 67; ill. p. 68. 
Bequest of Maria De Witt Jesup, from the collection of 
her husband, Morris K. Jesup, 191 5. 

GIORDANO, LucA. Italian (Neapolitan); born 1632 at Naples; 
died there in 1705. Pupil of Ribera; in Rome copied 
the works of Raphael, Michaelangelo, and Caravaggio, 
and assisted Pietro da Cortona. From the rapidity 
with which he worked he was known as Fa Presto (Does 
Quickly). 

G431-1 THE NATIVITY. In the foreground several women 
Gallery attend the Child, who is held by one seated wo- 
29 man while an elderly priest in rich vestments leans 

over and caresses the Child's right hand; beyond 
is a balustrade behind which at the left the Mother is re- 
clining on a bed surrounded by attending women;, a 
building and sky form the background at the right. 

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Bulletin, 1906, p. 72. 



H. 8of in. W. 67I in. Canvas 
Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1906. 



GIORGIONE; Giorgio Barbarelli, usually known as Giorgione. 
Italian (Venetian); born about 1478, probably at Castel- 
franco; died i5io(?) at Venice. Pupil of Giovanni 
Bellini. 

G432-1 PORTRAIT OF A MAN. Head and shoulders of a 

Gallery man with long hair and full beard; the face is three- 

37 quarters to the right; the hands are raised in the act of 

pulling off the right glove. 

H. 19I in. W. 17 j\ in. Canvas. 

Bequest of Benjamin Altman, 1913. 

GIOTTO DI BONDONE. Italian (Florentine); born probably 
in 1266 at Colle, near Florence; died 1336 at Florence. 
Tradition states that he was a pupil of Cimabue. 

School of Giotto. 

G433S-1 SCENES FROM HOLY SUBJECTS. Eight equal- 
Gallery sized panels in a vertical arrangement of two panel 
33 width. Beginning at the upper left the subjects are as 

follows: I. Coronation of the Virgin by Christ; 2. Four 
female figures of Saints and Martyrs; 3. Descent from 
the Cross; 4. Pieta; 5. Christ in Limbo; 6. Transfigura- 
tion; 7. The Last Supper; 8. The Last Judgment. 
H. 26 in. W. 14I in. Tempera on wood transferred to 
canvas. 
Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1909. 

G433S-2 THE EPIPHANY. Mary, wearing a dark blue mantle, 
Gallery reclines beneath a thatched shed in the center of the 
33 picture; in the immediate foreground are the kings, two 

of whom stand at the right while the old King kneels in 
the center and lifts the Child from the manger; St. Joseph 
stands at the left with a sheep and two goats at his feet. 
Beyond the shed, at the left, are two shepherds who look 
toward four angels and the star of the annunciation. Gold 
background. Attributed by J. P. Richter, Osvald Siren, 
and others to Giotto. Companion pieces are in Munich 
and in the Gardner and Berenson collections. 
H. i8| in. W. I '"I in. Tempera on wood. Bulletin, 
191 1, p. 216, ill. 
Purchase, Rogers Fund, 191 1. 

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GIOVANNI DA MILANO; real name Giovanni Jacobi. Italian 
(Florentine); born about 1300; died at an advanced age, 
but date uncertain; was in Rome after 1369. Worked 
in the studio of Taddeo Gaddi in Florence. 

G433-1 VIRGIN AND CHILD WITH DONORS. The Child, 
dressed in light red, stands on a ledge behind which is 
the Virgin, who wears a draped blue mantle and holds a 
lily in her right hand; small figures of the donor and his 
wife kneel at the right and left respectively. Formerly 
attributed to Stamina. 

H. 27I in. W. 56! in. Tempera on wood; sejnicir- 
cular. Bulletin, 1908, p. 11. 
Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1907. 

GIOVANNI DI PAOLO. Italian (Sienese); born about 1403 
at Siena; died after 1482. Probably a pupil of Paolo 
di Giovanni Fei and a close follower of Sassetta; in- 
fluenced by Fra Angelico. 

G434-1 SAINT MATTHEW AND SAINT FRANCIS. Part 

Gallery of an altarpiece. Two full-length figures, standing on a 

31 red carpet; St. Francis, at the right, wears a white 

habit and St. Matthew, at the left, has a yellow cloak 

over a blue robe. 

H. 53! in. W. 33! in. Tempera on wood. 

Gift of Frederic Coudert, 1888. 

G434-2 PARADISE. The picture represents newly arrived 
Gallery souls greeted by those in Paradise. On a hillside, men 
31 and women in fashionable Italian costumes of the fif- 

teenth century and ecclesiastics in their robes, are being 
guided by angels toward the golden rays at the right, 
which evidently come from the Gate Beautiful. This 
picture closely resembles one panel of a predella, painted 
by Giovanni di Paolo in 1445, which is now in the 
Academy at Siena. The picture in the Museum ap- 
pears to be a fragment; the other half probably repre- 
sented condemned souls. 

H. i8| in. W. i5|in. Tempera on wood transferred to 
canvas. Bulletin, 1906, p. 165. 
Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1906. 



GIOVANNI DI PIETRO. See Spagna. 

GLAIZE, Leon. French; born 1842 at Paris; lives there. Pupil 
of his father, Auguste Bartelemy Glaize, and of Gerome. 

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G45-1 BEFORE THE MIRROR. Full-length figure of a 
S. W. lady, standing before a cheval glass; she holds a fur- 
Stairway trimmed, gray silk wrap about her. 

H. 39f in. W. 29JI in. Canvas. Signed: 1873 P. P. 

Leon Glaize. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 



GOSSAERT, Jan. See Mabuse. 



GOYA, 



G74-1 
Gallery 
28 



G74-2 

Gallery 

28 



G74-3 

Gallery 
28 



Francisco Jose. Spanish; born 1746 at Fuentctodos 
near Saragoza; died 1828 at Bordeaux, France. Pupil 
of Jose Martinez; studied at Rome; settled at Madrid, 
where he spent the greater part of his life. Painter 
chiefly of portraits and fantastic subjects; also etcher. 

A JEWESS OF TANGIERS. A small, full-length, stand- 
ing figure, wearing an elaborate green and gold brocaded 
robe with chains and jeweled headdress; she holds a 
fan in her left hand. 



H. 2of in. W. 
Purchase. 1871 



13! in. Canvas. 



THE TRIAL; A SCENE OF SORCERY. (This is 
a sketch for the etching, Ensayos [The Trial], which is 
No. 60 in the collected etchings by Goya published 
in 1799 under the title of Caprichos.) At the right 
a nude witch has her hands on the head of a nude man 
whom she is teaching to fly; in his right hand he holds a 
flying bat; an enormous goat is nearby and in the fore- 
ground are two cats, a jug, and a skull. 
H. \2j\ in. W. io| in. Copper. Numbered: 60. 
Gift of Samuel P. Avery, 1894. 

DON SEBASTIAN MARTINEZ. (A lawyer and art- 
patron of Cadiz.) Life-size, seated, seen to below the 
knees with hands crossed; he wears a blue-gray silk coat. 
H. 36I in. W. 26^ in. Canvas. Inscribed: D". Se- 
bastian Martinez Per su Amigo Goya - 1792. Bulletin, 
1906, p. 73, ill. 
Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1906. 



GOYEN, Jan van. Dutch; born 1596 at Leyden; died 1656 at 
The Hague, where he had lived since 1634. Studied 
under Esaias van de Velde; traveled in France. 

G741-1 THE MOERDYCK. Quiet water reflecting the blue 

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26 



G741-2 

Gallery 

26 



G741-3 

Gallery 

26 



GOYEN — GOZZOLI 

sky and white clouds; in the foreground a line of shore 

with fishermen and two boats; a town is seen at the 

horizon. 

H. 15 in. W, 24^ in. Canvas. Monogram: VG 1654. 

Purchase, 1871. 

PANORAMIC VIEW OF THE ENVIRONS OF 
HAARLEM. Stretches of water and flat lands, with 
windmills, houses, and haystacks; in the foreground at 
the left are two small seated figures. 
H. 13! in. W. 19I in. Wood. Monogram: VG 1646. 
Purchase, 1871. 

A VIEW OF RHENEN. In the foreground is a wind- 
ing road in sunlight with peasants and a cart; at the right 
cattle are near a pool; on a hill in the middle distance is 
the walled town with a tall tower rising in the center and 
a windmill in the distance at the right; at the left is the 
river with flat country beyond. 



H. 39f in. 



W. 53i 



in. 



Canvas. Signed: . V Goyen. 



i63'6. Bulletin, 1906, p. 73. 
Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1906. 

GOZZOLI, Benozzo; real name Benozzo di Lese. Italian (Floren- 
tine); born 1420 at Florence; died 1498 at Pisa. Pupil 
possibly of Giuliano Pesello and of the Bicci; assistant 
and follower of Fra Angelico. 

G742-1 SAINT PETER, SAINT PAUL, SAINT ZENOBIUS, 
Gallery AND SAINT BENEDICT. Four panels, originally 
33 forming a small altarpiece or retable, which was painted 

for the chapel of the Alessandri family in the church of 
San Pier Maggiore in Florence. Ascribed by Vasari to 
Pesello, but Crowe and Cavalcaselle and subsequent 
authorities attribute them to Gozzoli; painted between 
1461 and 1463. Bulletin, 191 5, p. 224; ill. pp. 227,229. 

G742-ia Saint Peter. The fall of Simon Magus as told in the 
Golden Legend. At the left St. Paul kneels in prayer 
and St. Peter stands with his hand raised and looking at 
Simon Magus, who is borne up by devils above the 
tower from which he made his flight; the appeal of St. 
Peter is answered by the fall of Simon Magus, who lies 
dead in the foreground; Nero is seated on a throne at the 
right with a councilor and soldiers beside him; back of 
the Saints is the Roman populace. 
H. 15I in. W. 17}! in. Tempera on wood. 



1 10 



GOZZOLI— GRAY 

G742-ib Saint Paul. The Saint's conversion as told in the ninth 
chapter of the Acts of the Apostles. St. Paul is in the 
center of a landscape and the Holy Spirit descends from 
a group of angels; soldiers, mounted and on foot, flee in 
terror from the scene. 
H. 15! in. W. 18 in. Tempera on wood. 

G742-IC Saint Zenobius. The Saint resuscitates a child who has 
been crushed by a wagon. St. Zenobius kneels at the 
left and the mother at the right; between them lies the 
dead body of the child, who is also shown resuscitated. 
The scene takes place in a Florentine street with nu- 
merous spectators. 
H. I5i6 in. W. 18 in. Tempera on wood. 

G742-id Saint Benedict. Totila, a king of the Goths who dev- 
astated Italy in the sixth century, visits St. Benedict, 
who reprimands him for his misdeeds. The Saint is seated 
at the right surrounded by monks of his order; Totila 
kneels in the foreground and at the left are his followers. 
H. 15! in. W. 17I in. Tempera on wood. 
Purchase, Rogers Fund, 191 5. 

GRAEB, Carl. German; born 1816 at Berlin, died there 1884. 
Pupil of Gerst and Berlin Academy. Architectural sub- 
jects and landscapes. 

G75-1 INTERIOR OF THE CATHEDRAL OF FREIBURG, 

S. W. GERMANY. 

Stairway H. 3 if in. W. 41 in. Canvas. Signed: Carl Graeb- 
Berlin- 1874. 
Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887, 

GRAY, Henry Peters. American; born 1819 at New York City; 
died there 1877. Pupil of Huntington in New York; 
traveled in Italy. 

G79-1 WAGES OF WAR. In the center lies a wounded Roman 
soldier with a broken sword; at the right is a soldier with 
a woman clinging to him; at the left a woman is leaning 
over a sarcophagus and a nude child stands at her side. 
H.'48| in. W. 765 in. Canvas. Signed: Henry Peters 
Gray. N. Y. i84-(5?) , , 

Gift of several gentlemen, 1874. 

G79-2 CLEOPATRA DISSOLVING THE PEARL. Stand- 
ing figure, seen to below the waist; with bare arms raised 
she is dropping the pearl into a metal dish; she wears a 
turban, red robe, and heavy pearl ornaments. 

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GRAY — G ROLL 

H. 403?^ in. W. 28I in. Canvas. Signed: PP. Gray '68 N.Y. 
Gift of Cortland de Peyster Field, in memory of his 
father, Benjamin Hazard Field, 1894. 

G79-3 GREEK LOVERS. At the right a young woman is 

Gallery seated on a stone step against which she rests a lute; 

16 a young man stands in front of her; both wear classic 

drapery; shrubbery is at the left and hills beyond. 

H. 40y^^ in. W. 51I in. Canvas. Signed: GRAY 1846. 

Gift of William Church Osborn, 1902. 

GRECO, EL; real name Domenico Theotocopuli. Spanish; born 
about 1548 at Candia, Crete; died 1614 at Toledo. 
Influenced by Titian and Tintoretto and the Bassani; 
went to Rome in 1570 and settled in Toledo shortly 
before 1577. 

G8-1 THE NATIVITY. Within a vaulted porch the nude 
Gallery _ Child lies on a white cloth one corner of which is held 
28 by the Madonna; St. Joseph is at the right and adoring 

shepherds are grouped at the left; above, three flying 
cherubs hold a scroll inscribed: • lavdamvs • te • bene- 
DiciMus • GLORIA • IN • EXCELSis • DEO. The light ema- 
nates from the Child; beyond the arch is a dark landscape, 
H. 64! in. W. 42I in. Canvas. 
Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1905. 

GREUZE, Jean Baptiste. French; born 1725 at Tournus, near 
Macon; died 1805 at Paris. Pupil at Lyons of Grandon; 
studied also in Paris and Rome. Genre and portraits. 

G861-3 STUDY OF A GIRL'S HEAD. Life-size, nearly to the 
Gallery waist; the face is upturned; she wears a brown blouse, a 
20 white kerchief, a dark blue apron bib, and a white cap. 

H. i8| in. W. 15I in. Canvas. 
Gift of Ernest Gimpel, 1903. 

G861-4 VOLUPTE. Head and shoulders of a young woman. 
Attributed to Greuze. 
H. 8| in. W. 61^^ in. Canvas. 
Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1904. 

GROLL, Albert L. American; born 1866 in New York City; 
lives there. Pupil of Gysis and LoefTtz in Munich. 
Landscapes, especially western scenes. 

G89-1 SILVER CLOUDS, ARIZONA. Broad stretch of open 
country, low horizon with rising ground at each side. 

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G ROLL— GUY 

Gallery H. 39I in. W. 50! in. Canvas. Signed: A. L. Groll. 
15 Bulletin, 1914, p. 150, ill. 

Purchase, Hearn Fund, 19 14. 

GROLLERON, Paul. French; born 1848 at Seignelay; died 1901 
at Paris. Pupil of Bonnat. Military subjects. 

G891-1 SOLDIER AT REST. He stands in an open road with 
his knapsack on his back and both hands on the muzzle 
of his gun. 

H. 8f in. W. 6 in. Wood. Signed: P. Grolleron. 
Bequest of Thomas P. Salter, 1907. 

GUARDI, Francesco. Italian (Venetian); born 1712 at Venice; 
died there 1793. Pupil of Canaletto. Painted chiefly 
views of Venice. 

G93-1 THE RIALTO. A view of the Grand Canal, Venice, 
Gallery taken from behind the Fondaco de' Tedeschi; the bridge 
1 1 of the Rialto is in the middle distance. 

H. 21 in. W. 33f in. Canvas. 

Purchase, 1871. 

G93-2 SANTA MARIA DELLA SALUTE, VENICE. A 

Gallery view across the Grand Canal with the church of La 

II Salute on the far shore; a portion of the Dogana appears 

at the left. 

H. 21 in. W. 33}f in. Canvas. 

Purchase, 1871. 

G93-3 FETE ON THE GRAND CANAL, VENICE. A view 

Gallery of the Grand Canal with many decorated gondolas; 

29 people are crowded on the banks and on the bridge of 

the Rialto, which is in the middle distance. 

H. 3of in. W. 49 in. Canvas. Bulletin, 1906, p. 72. 

Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1906. 

GUY, Seymour J. American; born 1824 at Greenwich, England; 
died 1910 in New York City, where he had lived since 1854. 
Pupil of Ambrosino Jerome in London. 

G99-1 CHARLES LORING ELLIOTT. (Portrait painter; see 
Elliott.) Bust; his heavy hair and full beard are 
black, slightly mixed with gray; a painting on an easel 
is in the background at the left. 

H. i2| in. W. loin. Canvas. Signed: SJGuy- 1868, 
Gift of Mrs. Robert W. de Forest, 1903. 

H3 



GYSIS 

GYSIS, Nicolas. Greek; born 1842 on the Island of Tinos, 
Greece; died 1901 at Munich. Pupil of the School 
of Arts at Athens; Munich Academy under Piloty. 

G991-1 CHARITY. An interior with a young woman nursing 
a child while a little girl stands on a chair at her side and 
a poor woman is seated opposite. 

H. 4IyV in. W. 28-il in. Canvas. Signed: N. Gysis 
Munchen. 
Gift of E. A. Fleischmann, 1884. 



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PORTRAIT OF A WOMAN 
BY FRANS HALS 




THE MERRY COMPANY 
BY FRANS HALS 



H 



HABERMANN, Hugo von. German; born 1849 in Dillingen; 
lives in Munich. Pupil of Munich Academy under 
Piloty. 

Hii-i PORTRAIT OF A LADY. An interior with the lady 

Gallery seated and seen to below the waist; she wears a white 

19 dress, a green hat is perched on the top of her head, and a 

brown fur neckpiece hangs over her outstretched left 

arm. 

H. 32 1% in. W. 24! in. Canvas. Signed: Habermann 

1904. 

Gift of Hugo Reisinger, 19 12. 

Hi 1-2 IN THE STUDIO. A young woman in a low-cut pink 
Gallery bodice and blue skirt stands in front of a table by a 
19 window; the painter, seated at the left, is partly hidden 

by his easel. 



H. 



39f in. 



W. 37f m. Canvas. Signed: Habermann/ 
1885; inscribed on the back: H Habermann/ Fecit. 
Purchase, Reisinger Fund, 19 16. 

HAGHE, Louis. Belgian; born 1806 at Tournai; died 1885 at 
Stockwell, England. Pupil of De La Barriere; settled 
in England about 1832. Also lithographer. 

H12-1 GUARD- ROOM; THE TOAST. A group of men 
S. W. seated around a table; one stands in front of the fire- 
Stairway place with a glass in his raised right hand; a guard is in 

the doorway at the left; seventeenth century costumes. 

H. i6f in. W. 22 in. Wood. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

HALL, George Henry. American; born 1825 at Boston; died 
191 3 at New York City where he had lived since 1852. 
Studied in Diisseldorf, Paris, and Rome. 

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HALL— HALS 

H14-1 BAZAAR SCENE IN CAIRO. At the right is a shop 
near which a native descends steps; at the left an 
archway with a court beyond. 

H. 353V iri- W. 47! in. Canvas. Signed: George Henry 
Hall 1877. 
Bequest of Henry H. Cook, 1905. 

HALS, Frans. Dutch; born i584(?) at Antwerp; died 1666 at 
Haarlem, where he had settled in 1604. Pupil of Karel 
van Mander. Painted chiefly portraits. 
H16-1 THE SMOKER. Life-size head and shoulders of a 
Gallery young man who is laughing and smoking; at the left, 
26 a young woman, laughing, has both her hands on his 

shoulders; in the background at the right is the head of 
another woman who holds a stein. Moes, in his list 
of works by Frans Hals, calls this (No. 212) a replica of 
the painting in the Museum at Konigsberg. 
H. i8f in. W. 19^ in. Wood; octagonal. 
Gift of Henry G. Marquand, 1888. 

H16-2 PORTRAIT OF A MAN. Life-size, standing figure, seen 
Gallery to the knees; he is dressed in black, a black cloak hangs 
1 1 over his left arm, and he holds a broad-brimmed, high- 

crowned black felt hat in his left hand; his right hand 
rests on his hip. 

H. 43^ in. W. 34 in. Canvas. Monogrammed: FH. 
Gift of Henry G. Marquand, 1890. 

H16-3 PORTRAIT OF A WOMAN. Life-size, seated figure, 
Gallery seen to the knees; her hands are clasped on her lap and 
II hold a closed fan; she wears a black silk dress with a 

pink underskirt showing in front; her broad white collar 
and cuffs are edged with lace; two columns are back of 
the figure at the left, and at the right, in the distance, 
tall spires show against a sunset sky. Erroneously called 
Wife of the Artist. 
H. 38! in. W. 3if in. Canvas. 
Gift of Henry G. Marquand, 1890. 

H16-4 THE MERRY COMPANY. A man with a flushed 
Gallery face, wearing about his neck a string of sausages, pig's 
39 feet, etc., sits close to a gaily dressed young woman 

before a table on which are bagpipes, a stein, and various 
edibles; back of them stand two men; the one at the 
right, in a gray cloak and red cap, leers down at the 
woman; the other is yawning and has his left hand to his 
face. 



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HALS — HALS 

(5 in. W. 394 in. Canvas. Monogrammed: F H 
(Gothic letters). 
Bequest of Benjamin Altinan, 1913. 

H16-5 YONKER RAMP AND HIS SWEETHEART. Life- 
Gallery size, half-length, standing figures; at the left is Yonker 
39 (Lord) Ramp, wearing a gray doublet with blue sleeves 

and a large gray felt hat; he holds a wine-glass in his 
right hand, fondles a dog with his left, and is shouting 
or singing; the young woman, in a black dress with a 
broad white linen collar, is at his left and has her arms 
about him; back of them is a dark curtain and in a room 
beyond stands a man carrying a dish. 
H.4i|in. W. 3i^^^in. Wood. Signed: F Hals 1623. 
Bequest of Benjamin Altman, 1913. 

H16-6 A YOUTH WITH A LUTE. Life-size figure of a boy. 
Gallery seen to the waist, back of a table; he wears a black cap 
39 on his rumpled brown hair and a black velvet cloak with 

red sleeves showing; in his right hand he holds a green 
glass, inverted, which he flicks with his left thumb; a 
lute, held in his arm, rests on the table, on which there 
is an orange; a gray-green drapery forms the background. 
Also known as Le rubis sur I'ongle — The Ruby (last drop 
of wine) on the Finger Nail. 
H. 28I in. W. 23j in. Canvas. 
Bequest of Benjamin Altman, 1913. 

H16-7 PORTRAIT OF A MAN. Life-size figure of a man 
seen to the waist with the head turned slightly to the 
right; he has a gray beard and wears a broad-brimmed 
black hat and a black coat with white ruff; his right 
hand rests on the left, which holds a stick. Attributed 
to Frans Hals. 

H. 30I in. W. 24|g in- Canvas. Inscribed: /^TA SV/E 
66 AN°. 1633 F H (monogram). Bulletin, 1915, p. 88. 
Bequest of Maria De Witt Jesup, from the collection of 
her husband, Morris K. Jesup, 191 5. 

HALS, FraMs, The Younger. Dutch; born between 1617 and 
1623; died after 1669. Pupil of his father, Frans Hals 
the Elder, whose works he frequently copied. Portraits 
and figure subjects. 

H161-1 HILLE BABBE. (Hille Babbe, sometimes spelt Bobbe, 

Gallery was a fishmonger of Haarlem who was used several 

26 times as a model by various members of the Hals family.) 



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HALS — HANS MALER ZU SCHWAZ 

Life-size figure of an old woman, seen to the waist; she is 
seated and leans forward with her folded hands resting on 
the corner of a table; she wears a brown blouse, a soiled 
white collar, and a close-fitting white cap; a screech-owl 
stands upon her right shoulder. There are three examples 
of this subject: the one in the Kaiser Friedrich Museum, 
Berlin, very similar to the Museum's picture but with 
a mug on the table, is undoubtedly by Frans Hals the 
Elder; the other is in the Museum at Lille. Most 
authorities, including Bode and de Groot, consider 
the Museum's picture the work of some one close to 
Hals, probably Frans Hals the Younger; Moes lists all 
three under the elder Frans Hals. 

H. 29^ in. W. 24yV in- Canvas. Monogrammed: FH. 
Purchase, 1871. 

HALS, Frans, the younger (?) and Dirck Hals (?). 

H162 MEETING OF THE TRAINED BANDS TO CELE- 
BRATE THE CONCLUSION OF THE PEACE OF 
MUNSTER. (The Peace of Miinster, which ended the 
Thirty Years' War, was signed Oct. 24, 1648.) 
H. 26I in. W. 40 in. Canvas. 
Purchase, 1871. 

HAMILTON, James. American; born 1819 in Ireland; died 
1878. Studied in Philadelphia, where he spent his 
professional life. 

H17-1 ON HAMPSTEAD HEATH. A barren foreground 
with figures disappearing at the left; in the distance at 
the right are the domes of London, including St. Paul's. 
H. I4in. W. 2oin. Canvas. Signed: Jas. Hamilton 1856. 
Gift of William Sartain, 1912. 

HAMON, Jean Louis. French; born 182 1 at St. Loup near 
Plouha; died 1874 at St. Raphael. Pupil of Delaroche 
and Gleyre in Paris. 

H18-2 AN ETRUSCAN VASE SELLER. The wares are 
Gallery displayed on a counter behind which stands the mer- 
17 chant; in front of the counter are two women. 

H. 2oi in. W. 17 in. Canvas. Signed: J. L. HAMON. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

HANS MALER ZU SCHWAZ. Austrian (Tyrolese); work dated 
1 5 19 to 1 529. Little is known about this artist, who was 
influenced by Strigel, Schaufelin, and Amberger. See 

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HANS MALER ZU SCHWAZ — HARRISON 

article by Max J. Friedlander in Repertorium fur Kunst- 
wissenschaft, 1895. 

H19-1 ULRICH FUGGER. (1490-1 525; banker of Augsburg.) 
Gallery Head and shoulders of a man with a high forehead and 
37 square-cut beard; he wears a small, black cap, em- 

broidered with gold, and a black cloak with white shirt 
open at the neck. 
H. I2f in. W. 15I in. Wood. Inscribed on the back: 

DOMINI MDXXV ANNO CVRENTE XXXV ETATIS. 

Bequest of Benjamin Altman, 191 3. 

HARLOW, George H. British (English); born 1787 at London; 
died there 181 9. Pupil of Drummond and of Sir Thomas 
Lawrence, whom he served as assistant. Portraits. 

H22-1 PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST. Life-size, seated 

Gallery figure, seen to the waist; a letter is held in his left hand; 

14 he wears a black cape over a red coat; a red curtain is 

draped at the left near an open window through which a 

landscape is seen. 

H. 30 in. W. 25 in. Canvas. 

Gift of George A. Hearn, 1905. 

HARPIGNIES, Henri. French; born 1819 at Valenciennes; 
died 1916 at St. Prive, near Paris. Pupil of Achard and of 
Corot in Paris; studied also in Rome. Landscapes. 

H23-1 MOONRISE. Landscape with a quiet stream in which 
the moon is reflected. 

H.34|in. W.64^%in. Canvas. Signed: H Harpignies 1881;. 
Gift of Arnold and Tripp, 1886. 

HARRISON, Thomas Alexander. American; born 1853 ^t 
Philadelphia; lives in Paris. Pupil of the Pennsylvania 
Academy of the Fine Arts in Philadelphia; Ecole des 
Beaux-Arts, Bastien-Lepage, and Gerome in Paris. 

H24-1 CASTLES IN SPAIN. A little boy lies full length on 
a sandy beach with one hand under his head and the 
other holding the end of a long blade of grass which he is 
chewing; at the left lies his blue cap and in the immediate 
foreground is a castle built of shells and sand; beyond, 
a steep bank rises at the right and a greenish sea is at 
the left. 

H. 37I in. W. 73I m. Canvas. Signed: Alex Harrison. 
Gift, anonymous, 1912. 

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HART— HASSAM 

HART, William. American; born 1823 at Paisley, Scotland; 
died 1894 at Mt. Vernon, N. Y. Worked chiefly in New 
York City. Landscapes with cattle. 

H25I-I SCENE AT NAPANOCH. At the right, cattle stand 
near some tall trees on the bank of a stream. 
H. 23^ in. W. 33! in. Canvas. Signed: Wm. Hart- 
1883. 
Gift of the children and grandchildren of the artist, 1897 

H251-2 SEASHORE— MORNING. Tall clifTs are at the left; 
near, the rocky shore is a deserted yacht. 
H. 23 in. W. 41 in. Canvas. Signed: Wm. Hart. 
Bulletin, 1910, p. 46, ill. 
Gift of the sons of William Paton, 1909. 

HASSAM, Childe. American; born 1859 at Boston; lives in 
New York City; pupil of Boulanger and Lefebvre in Paris. 

H27-1 ISLES OF SHOALS. Rocks in the foreground with 

Gallery water rushing through a crevasse; the blue sea is beyond 

15 with a rocky point of land jutting out across the middle 

distance. 

H. 25 in. W. 30 in. Canvas. Signed: Childe Hassam 

1901. 

Gift of George A. Hearn, 1909. 

H27-2 GOLDEN AFTERNOON, OREGON. Level fields in 
Gallery the foreground with tall poplars to right and left; a 
12 hill beyond; clear blue sky. 

H. 30 in. W. 40 in. Canvas. Signed: Childe Hassam 

1908. 

Purchase, Rogers Fund, 191 1. 

H27-3 THE BRUSH HOUSE. This house is a landmark at 
Cos Cob, Conn., having been built by the Dutch set- 
tlers about 1690. 

H. 15! in. W. 22I in. Water color. 
Purchase, Rogers Fund, 191 7. 

H27-4 STREET IN PORTSMOUTH. In the foreground at 
the left is a tree which throws its shadow on one of the 
two houses that border the street; between the houses 
is a view of the higher part of the town with a church 
spire. 

H. i5|in. W. 22 in. Water color. Signed: Childe 
Hassam Portsmouth 1916. 
Purchase, Rogers Fund, 19 17. 

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HAVERMAN— HEBERT 

HAVERMAN, Margareta. Dutch; eighteenth century. A 
well-known painter of flowers, by the same name, was 
born 1720 and died 1795. As the signature and date 
on this picture seem authentic, it is probably by an older 
member of the same family. 

H29-1 A VASE OF FLOWERS. Tulips and roses are the 
Wing J most prominent flowers. 

Gallery H. 31^ in. W. 23! in. Canvas. Signed: Margareta 
13 Haverman fecit A. 17 16. 

Purchase, 1871. 

HAWTHORNE, Charles W. American; born 1872 in Maine; 
lives at Provincetown, Cape Cod, Mass. Pupil of Mow- 
bray and Chase in New York City. 

H31-1 THE TROUSSEAU. An interior with the standing 
Gallery figure of a young girl in a white chemise being fitted by 

15 an elderly woman; a woman sewing is seated behind a 
table at the left. Awarded the Thomas B. Clarke 
prize at the National Academy of Design, 191 1. 

H. 40 in. W. 40 in. Canvas on wood. Signed: 
C. W. Hawthorne. 
Purchase, Hearn Fund, 191 1. 

HAYDON, Benjamin R. British; born 1786 at Plymouth; died 
1846 at London. Pupil of the Royal Academy in Lon- 
don. Portraits and historical subjects. 

H32 NAPOLEON AT ST. HELENA. Full-length, life-size 

figure of Napoleon, in the uniform worn at the battle of 
Waterloo, standing near the edge of a cliff overlooking 
the ocean; his arms are folded across his breast and he 
faces away from the spectator. 
H. 108 in. W. 96 in. Canvas. Dated: 1831. 
Gift of J. Pierpont Morgan, 1900. 

HEALY, George Peter Alexander. American; born 1813 
at Boston; died 1894 at Chicago. Studied in Paris; 
lived for some time in Rome. Portraits. 

H34-1 PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST. Head and shoulders; 
Gallery he has a moustache and chin-tuft. 

16 H. 24^ in. W. 20j in. Canvas. Initialed: G. H. 185 1. 
Gift of Samuel P. Avery, 1891. 

HEBERT, Ernest. French; born 181 7 at Grenoble: died 1908 
at La Touche near Grenoble. Pupil of David d'Angers 
and Delaroche. Director of French Academy at Rome. 

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H35-1 A GIRL'S HEAD. The head is in 
Gallery background of green foliage; in her 
18 she holds a flower. 

H. i8i in. W. 14 in. Canvas. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 



profile against a 
raised left hand 



HEEM, Jan Davidsz. De. Dutch; born 1606 at Utrecht; died 
in the winter of 1683-4 at Antwerp. Pupil of his father, 
David De Heem. Still life. 

H36-1 STILL LIFE. A large wine glass with lemon peel 

Gallery hanging over the edge, shell fish, a piece of lemon, and 

26 white grapes are on a table which is partly covered with 

a dark green cloth. 

H. 9I in. W. 7I in. Wood. Signed: J. De Heem. 

Purchase, 1871. 

H36-2 STILL LIFE. On a stone ledge over which hang a white 
Gallery napkin and a brown velvet cover, are numerous objects, 
26 including a tall gold vessel, a gold dish lying on its 

side, a blue and white bowl with grapes and peaches, a 
large glass goblet, a knife, cut fruit, etc. In the im- 
mediate foreground are a silver urn and salver. 
H. 37f in. W. 51! in. Canvas. 
Purchase, 1871. 

H36-3 STILL LIFE. A boiled lobster, a basket of fruit, 
a brass covered beaker, a lute, a silver tankard, and other 
objects are on a white cloth which partly covers the green 
velvet table top; in the foreground at the right is a 
chair on which rest a brass ewer and tray; at the left 
there is a glimpse of landscape beyond a column. 
H. 53 J in. W. 73 in. Canvas. Signed: De Heem Fc. 
and monogrammed: D H. Bulletin, 1912, p. 229. 
Purchase, Curtis Fund, 19 12. 

HEEMSKERCK, Marten van; real name Marten van Veen. 
Dutch; born 1498 at Heemskerck; died 1574 at Haarlem. 
Pupil of Jan van Scorel at Haarlem; traveled in Italy. 



H361-1 
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34 



JACOB WILLEMZ VAN VEEN. (The artist's father.) 
Life-size, bust portrait; his habit is black and he wears a 
soft black hat. On the base is an inscription in old 
Dutch which, freely translated, is: My son has here por- 
trayed me when I had lived 75 years, 1532. M. 
H. 20^ in. W. 13! in. Wood. 
Purchase, 1871. 



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HEERE-HELST 

HEERE, Lucas de (?) Flemish; born 1534 at Ghent; died 1584. 
Pupil of his father, the architect, Jan de Heere; also 
pupil of Frans Floris, whom he assisted. 

H362-1 QUEEN ELIZABETH (?) (i 533-1603; daughter of 
Gallery Henry VI II and Anne Boleyn; ascended the throne of 
34 England in 1558.) Life-size, standing figure, seen to 

below the waist; her long pointed white bodice is 
elaborately trimmed with red and yellow rosettes and 
pearls; she wears a high neck ruff and collar. 
H. 44I in. W. 34f in. Wood. 
Gift of J. Pierpont Morgan, 191 1. 

HELLQUIST, Carl Gustav. Swedish; born 185 1 at Kungsor; 
died 1890 in the Bavarian Highlands. Pupil of the 
Royal Academy in Stockholm; Royal Academy in 
Munich under Diez. Historical and genre subjects. 

11363-1 PETER SONNAVATER'S AND MASTER KNUT'S 
OPPROBRIOUS ENTRY INTO STOCKHOLM, IN 
1526. (These two Swedish Bishops had sought refuge 
after their unsuccessful rebellion against Gustavus I, 
with the Archbishop Olaf in Tronheim; the latter 
betrayed them to the king's followers who, dressing 
them in rags and putting a crown of straw on Sonna- 
vater's head and a mitre of birch-bark on Knut's, mounted 
them on starving horses and took them to Stockholm 
in a procession amidst jeers and insults. They were 
led to the market-place and, after drinking the execution- 
er's health, were broken on the wheel.) The procession 
is passing through a street of Stockholm. 
H. 67 in. W. 92H in. Canvas. Signed: C. G. Hellquist 
Miinchen 1879. 
Gift of William H. Osborn, 1880. 

HELST, Bartholomeus van der. Dutch; born 161 3 at Haarlem; 
died 1670 at Amsterdam. Pupil of Nicolas Elias; in- 
fluenced by Van Dyck. Portraits. 

H364-1 A DUTCH BURGOMASTER. Life-size, bust por- 
Gallery trait of a thick-set man; his hair is dark brown and the 
26 moustache and chin-tuft are slightly gray; he wears a 

closely buttoned black coat and a broad white turned- 
down neck-band; gray background. Inscribed: /Eta. 62. 

123 



HELST — HENNINGS 

H. 26I in. W. 2 if in. Wood; oval, 
heist 1647. 
Purchase, 1871. 



Signed: B. vander. 



H364-2 THE MUSICIAN. A lady, in a low-necked blue gown 

Gallery with loose white undersleeves, stands behind a table 

26 tuning a lute; on the table are a violoncello, sheets of 

music, books, and a red velvet cushion. 

H. 54I in. W. 43f in. Canvas. Signed: B. vander- 

helst 1662. 

Purchase, 1872. 

H364-3 JEAN VAN MALE. (A nobleman of Bruges who 

Gallery married Josine de But in 1637.) Life-size, standing 

26 figure of a man, seen to the knees; his right hand rests 

on a table and holds the chain of a watch, while in his 

left hand is a pair of brown gloves; architectural and 

landscape background. 

H. 50^ in. W. 41 in. Canvas. Signed: B. vander. 

heist 1654. 

Gift of Henry G. Marquand, 1900. 

HENNER, Jean Jacques. French; born 1829 at Bernwiller; 
died 1905 at Paris. Pupil of Drolling and Picot. Figure 
subjects. 

H38-1 A BATHER. In the foreground a nude woman with 
Gallery auburn hair is seated on the grass at the shore of a 

17 lake; her back is toward the spectator; dark green trees 
form the background. 

H. 38^ in. W. 27! in. Canvas. Signed: J J Henner. 
Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

H38-2 MARY MAGDALEN AT THE TOMB OF THE 
SAVIOUR. Life-size, partly nude figure, seen in profile to 
the left; she is seated on the ground leaning against a 
rock; blue drapery below the waist; dark background. 
H. 481 in. W. 39 in. Canvas. Signed: J J HENNER, 
1880. 
Bequest of Sarah M. Hitchcock, 1891. 

HENNINGS, JoHANN Friedrich. German (Munich); born 1839 
at Bremen; died 1899 at Munich, where he had lived 
since 1857. Pupil of Oswald Achenbach. 

H39-1 HEIDELBERG BY MOONLIGHT. The river is in 
Gallery the foreground; the castle is in the distance at the 

18 left. 

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HENNINGS — HERTER 

H. 4of in. W. 71I in. Canvas. Signed: J. F. Hen- 

nings. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

HENRI, Robert. American; born 1865 at Cincinnati, O.; lives 
in New York City. Pupil of the Pennsylvania Academy 
of the Fine Arts; Julian School and Ecole des Beaux-Arts 
in Paris. 

H391-1 THE SPANISH GYPSY. Life-size, seated figure, seen 
Gallery to below the knees, her right elbow on the arm of the 

15 chair and her left hand on her hip; she wears a red dress 
and pink kerchief. 

H. 4051 in. W. 32H in. Canvas. Signed: Robert 
Henri. Bulletin, 1914, p. 166, ill. 
Purchase, Hearn Fund, 19 14. 

HENRY, Edward L. American; born 1841 at Charleston, S. C; 
died 1919 at New York City. Pupil of the Pennsylvania 
Academy of the Fine Arts and of F. Weber in Philadel- 
phia; Suisse, Gleyer, and Courbet in Paris. Pictures of 
early nineteenth-century American life with correct 
representation of architecture, dress, and customs of the 
time. 

H392-1 OLD NORTH DUTCH CHURCH. This church stood 
Gallery at the corner of Fulton and William Streets, New York; 

16 it was built in 1760 and demolished in 1874. 

H. 18 in. W. 14 in. Millboard. Signed: E. L, Henry 
1869. Bulletin, 191 5, p. 67; ill. p. 63. 
Bequest of Maria De Witt Jesup, from the collection of 
her husband, Morris K. Jesup, 191 5. 

HERTER, Albert. American; born 1871 in New York City; 
lives there. Pupil of Art Students' League in New 
York; Laurens and Cormon in Paris. 

H44-1 TWO BOYS. Two youths in white shirts and trousers 
lie back to back on a couch reading; the one at the right 
holds a pipe and the other fondles a kitten; behind them 
are numerous peacock-blue and green cushions and the 
lower part of a curtained window. 
H. 32I in. W. 85I in. Canvas. Signed: ALBERT 
HERTER. 
Gift of V. Everit Macy, 1912. 

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HICKS — HOGARTH 

HICKS, Thomas. American; born 1823, at Newtown, Pa., died 
1890. Studied at the Pennsylvania Academy, at the 
National Academy of Design, New York, and in Europe. 

H52-1 MRS. ANGIE KING HICKS. (Wife of the artist; 
1834-1917.) 

H. 46 in. W. 29 in. Canvas. Signed (twice): T. 
HICKS N. A. 
Bequest of Angie King Hicks, 19 17 

HITCHCOCK, George. American; born 1850 at Providence, R. 
I.; died in Holland, 1913. Pupil of Boulanger and 
Lefebvre. 

H63-1 VESPERS. A Dutch girl going to church in the after- 
Gallery noon across a field that is sprinkled with dead leaves. 
12 She is shown half-length seen from the back, and wears a 

blue skirt and an embroidered white cape. 
H. 44! in. W. 35fin. Canvas. Signed: G. Hitchcock. 
j Gift of Edward Drummond Libbey, 1917. 

HOBBEMA, Meindert. Dutch; born 1638 at Amsterdam; died 
there 1709. Influenced by Jacob van Ruisdael. Wooded 
landscapes. 

H65-1 ENTRANCE TO A VILLAGE. Winding roads beneath 

Gallery large trees lead to farmhouses at the left and a church 

*39 in the middle distance at the right; in the foreground two 

men stand near a seated woman and there are several 

figures in the roads. 

H. 30y\ in. W. 43! in. Wood. 

Bequest of Benjamin Altman, 1913. 

HOECKE, Jan van den. Flemish; born 161 1 at Antwerp; 
died there 1651. Pupil of his father, Kasper van den 
Hoecke, and of Rubens; studied also in Rome. 

THE GREEN GROCER. With Frans Snyders; see 
Sn9-2 for description. 

HOGARTH, William. British (English); born 1697 ^t London; 
died there 1764. Pupil of Sir James Thornhill. En- 
graver and painter of satirical subjects; also portraits. 

H67-1 PEG WOFFINGTON. (1714-1760; Margaret Woffing- 

Gallery ton, a prominent Irish actress closely associated with 

14 Garrick.) Life-size portrait, seen to the waist; she wears 

a low-necked white satin dress with a fichu held in place 

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MARGARET WYATT, LADY LEE 
BY HANS HOLBEIN 




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HOGARTH — HOLBEIN 



by a string of pearls, and a white cap edged with lace. 

Painted within an oval. 

H. 30 in. W. 24^ in. Canvas. 

Gift of George A. Hearn, 1906. 

HOLBEIN, Hans, the Younger. German; born 1497 ^t Augs- 
burg, Bavaria; died 1543 at London. Pupil of his father, 
Hans Holbein the Elder, and of Hans Burgkmair. 
About 1 5 16 settled at Basle; went to England and 
about 1536 became court painter to Henry VII I. 

H69-1 PORTRAIT OF A MAN. (Probably Benedikt von 
Gallery Hertenstein, oldest son of Jakob von Hertenstein, bailiff 
34 of Lucerne.) The figure is seen to the waist; he wears a 

black and scarlet biretta, a full-sleeved red doublet 
trimmed with black braid, and a black cape lined with 
green and edged with crimson; about his neck is a heavy 
gold chain which falls over the low-cut white linen shirt 
and drops inside his black waistcoat. The background 
shows the angle of a room with a frieze in low relief 
and below this at the left is the inscription. 
H. 2o| in. W. 15I in. Paper mounted on wood. In- 
scribed: DA • ICH • HET • DIE ■ GESTALT ' WAS ' ICH" 
22 -JAR ALT- 1517- HH: PINGEBAT- (When I had 
this figure 1 was 22 years old. 1517. H. H. painted it.) 
Bulletin, 1906, p. 150, ill. 
Purchase, Rogers Fund, aided by subscribers, 1906. 

H69-2 LADY RICH. (Elizabeth, daughter of William Jenks, 
Gallery married in 1 535 Richard Rich, a lawyer who later became 
37 Lord Chancellor of England; she died in 1558.) She is 

shown to the waist with the left hand cut by the frame; 
the head is three-quarters to the left; she wears the 
English hood of the time and a black dress with flaring 
collar, faced with white; this is held by a gold medallion 
decorated with figures of a man and a woman standing 
by a dead body. 

H. i7y"^ in. W. 13I in. Wood. 
Bequest of Benjamin Altman, 191 3. 

H69-3 MARGARET WYATT, LADY LEE. (Probably a 
Gallery sister of Sir Thomas Wyatt, courtier and writer of the 
37 time of Henry VIII.) She is shown to below the waist 

with hands clasped; the head is turned to the left, nearly 
in profile; she wears a dress of brown damask tufted with 
gold tags; a black velvet bonnet decorated with gold 
filigree and pearls almost hides her reddish hair; at her 



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HOMER, 



H75-1 
Gallery 



12 



H75-2 
Gallery 

15 



HOLBEIN -HOMER 

breast is a Tudor rose in red enamel; a gold medallion 
with the figure of Lucrece hangs from a ribbon at her 
waist. I nscribed : • etatis • s v/e • 34. 
H. i6f in. W. i2| in. Wood. 
Bequest of Benjamin Altman, 1913. 

School of Hans Holbein; possibly English. 

ARCHBISHOP CRANMER (?) (1489-1556- English 
prelate and Archbishop of Canterb;;ry.) ' Life-^^^^^^^ 
figure, standing back of a table; his hair and long forked 
beard are brownish gray; he wears a black gown trimmed 
with brown fur, and a three-cornered black hat. The 
table IS covered with a green cloth and on it are an hour 
glass a quill pen, a book, a sheet of inscribed paper and 
a seal; a green brocaded curtain forms the background 
It has been considered that the armorial bearings on the 

TLl'l '^T/ ^'f ""'' '"'P"'^"^ '^' Episcopal arms 
of the See of Canterbury, but this can not be proved. 

H.47iin. W. 34fin. Wood. Dated: A. D. 1539. 
Gift of Henry G. Marquand, 1890. 

WiNSLow. American; born 1836 at Boston; died mioat 
Scarboro, Maine. Apprenticed to a lithographer in 
Boston; studied at the National Academy of Design 
New York City, and with Frederic Rondel; was wa^ 
correspondent for Harper's Weekly; began painting in 
1862 m New York City, where he lived many years 
THE GULF STREAM. A sail-boat with broken mast 
IS in the trough of the waves, while on its deck lies a 
half-nude negro; sharks are in the immediate foreground- 
in the distance at the right is a waterspout; a sailing 
vessel IS on the horizon at the left; the sea is blue-green 
and the sky pale copper-color. 

H.28|in. W. 491 in. Canvas. Signed: HOMER i8qq 
Bulletin, 1907, p. 14. ■^^' 

Purchase, Wolfe Fund, 1906. 

np^^np A^^^f^'^' HARBOR ENTRANCE, SANTIAGO 
UL C.UBA. In the foreground is the terrace of an old 
tort, with two mounted cannon and a turret; a search- 
light shines with great brilliancy on the rampart, and an- 
other illuminates sea, sky, and a point of land at the right- 
the half-moon is shown at the left, near a mass of clouds' 
H 308 m. W. 5oim. Canvas. Signed: W. HOMER. 
Bulletin. 1906, p. 54, ill. 

Gift of George A. Hearn, 1906. 

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15 



H75-4 
Gallery 

H75-5 
Gallery 

15 



H75-6 
H75-7 

H75-8 
H75-9 

H75-10 

H75-11 

H75-12 



HOMER 

CANNON ROCK. Dark brown rocks are in the 
foreground on both sides of the picture and from the 
mass at the right juts the cannon-shaped point from 
which the locality (in Maine) takes its name. At the 
left foam trickles over the rocks, and beyond is the grayish 
sea with a wave breaking in the middle distance. 
H. 39iViri- W. 39I in. Canvas. Signed: HOMER. 
1895. Bulletin, 1906, p. 54, ill. 
Gift of George A. Hearn, 1906. 

HARVEST SCENE. An orchard with a hay wagon 
at the right; a farmhouse is in the distance at the left. 
H. 16 in. W. 24 in. Canvas. Signed: Winslow Homer. 
Purchase, Hearn Fund, 1909. 

NORTHEASTER. At the right a great wave is just 
beginning to break; at the left a mass of spray dashes 
up against a ledge of brown-black rocks in the foreground; 
farther out the crests of two waves show against the fOg. 
H. 34! in. W. 50I in. Canvas. Signed: HOMER 
1895. Bulletin, 1908, p. 100; 1910, p. 255, ill.; 1914, p. 8, 
ill. 
Gift of George A. Hearn, 1910. 

NATURAL BRIDGE, NASSAU. 

H. 14I in. W. 21 in. Water color on paper. 

PALM TREE, NASSAU. 

H. 23I in. W. 15 in. Water color on paper. 

HOMER. Bulletin, 191 1, p. 17, ill. 

TORNADO, BAHAMAS. 

H. 14I in. W. 21 in. Water color on paper. 

A WALL, NASSAU. 

H. 14! in. W. 2i| in. Water color on paper 

HOMER Dec. 31st. 1898. 



Signed: 



Signed: 



BERMUDA. 

H. 15 in. W. 2if in. Water color on paper. Signed: 

HOMER Jan. ist. 1899. 

FLOWER GARDEN AND BUNGALOW, BERMUDA. 
H. 14 in. W. 21 in. Water color on paper. Signed: 
Winslow Homer Bermuda 1899. 



SHORE AND SURF, NASSAU. 

H. 15 in. W. 21 in. Water color on paper. 

HOMER— Nassau 99. 



Signed; 



I2Q 



HOMER 

H75-13 THE BATHER. 

H. 14^ in. W. 21 in. Water color on paper. Signed: 
HOMER 99 Nassau. 

H75-14 SLOOP, BERMUDA. 

H. 15 in. W. 2i| in. Water color on paper. 

H75-15 THE PIONEER. 

H. 13I in. W. 21 in. Water color on paper. Signed. 
HOMER 1900. 

H75-16 TAKING ON WET PROVISIONS. 

H. i4in. W.2i|in. Water color on paper. Initialed: 
W. H.; inscribed: Key West 1903. 

H75-17 FISHING BOATS, KEY WEST. 

H. 14 in. W. 2 if in. Water color on paper. Signed: 
HOMER 1903 andinitialed: W.H. Bulletin, 191 1, p. 18, ill. 
The water colors, Nos. 6 to 17, were shown in the 
Winslow Homer Memorial Exhibition in 1910, and pur- 
chased from the estate of the artist. Bulletin, 1910, p. 43. 
Purchase, Lazarus Fund, 19 10. 

H75-18 SHOOTING THE RAPIDS, SAGUENAY RIVER. 

Gallery Three men in a birch-bark canoe are in the foreground; 
12 immediately back of them rises yellow spray; a steep 

hill, on the farther side of the river, slopes down at the 
right, showing a second hill beyond. This unfinished 
picture was in the artist's studio at Prout's Neck at the 
time of his death. 

H. 30 in. W. 485 in. Canvas. Bulletin, 191 1, p. 66, ill. 
Gift of Charles S. Homer, 191 1. 

H75-19 MAINE COAST. Foaming water from a receding 

Gallery wave rushes between the dark rocks in the foreground; 

15 an approaching green wave breaks at the left, throwing 

spray; beyond, other waves emerge from the mist. 

H. 30J in. W. 44i in. Canvas. Signed: Homer 1895. 

Bulletin, 191 1, p. 147, ill. 

Gift of George A. Hearn, in memory of Arthur Hoppock 

Hearn, 191 1. 

H75-20 MOONLIGHT, WOOD'S ISLAND LIGHT. In the 

Gallery foreground a blue wave breaks against the rocks at the 

15 left; on the horizon at the right there are lights on a 

line of shore and the red glow of the lighthouse lamp 

shines on the point of land near the center of the pic- 

ture;thelight of the unseen moon is on the water at the left. 

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HOMER — HOOCH 

H. 3of in. W. 40j in. Canvas. Initialed: W H 1894. 
Bulletin, 1908, p. 100; 191 1, p. 145, ill. 
Gift of George A. Hearn, in memory of Arthur Hoppock 
Hearn, 191 1. 

H75-21 TWO LADIES. They are dressed in white and seated 
on a sofa. 

H. 6y| in. W. yli in. Water color. Signed: 
HOMER 1880. 

Gift of the Estate of Florence Baird Meyer in memory 
of Florence Baird Meyer, 19 18. 

HONDECOETER, Gijsbert Gillesz. d'. Flemish; born in 
1604, probably at Utrecht; died in that city in 1653. 
Pupil of his father, Gilles d'Hondecoeter. Painted 
chiefly birds. 

H751-1 HAWK ATTACKING PIGEONS. A farmyard with 
a hawk holding in his claws a flying pigeon; another 
pigeon is flying toward the left; a brown rooster and a 
white hen are running away. 
H. 49! in. W. 42! in. Canvas. 
Purchase, 1871. 

HONDECOETER, Melchior d\ Dutch; born 1636 at Utrecht; 
died 1695 at Amsterdam, where he had settled in 1663. 
Pupil of his father, Gijsbert d'Hondecoeter, and of his 
uncle, Jan Baptiste Weenix. Painted chiefly birds. 

H752-1 THE BARNYARD. In the foreground are a peacock, 
a turkey, a pheasant, and several chickens; there is 
water at the left and on the far shore is a house with a 
formal garden. Attributed to Melchior d'Hondecoeter. 
H. 39I in. W. 46^ in. Canvas. 
Gift of Henry Bedlow, 1897. 

HOOCH, PiETER DE. Dutch; born 1629 at Rotterdam; died 
after 1677 at Amsterdam. Perhaps a pupil of Nicolaes 
Berchem; influenced by Karel Fabritius. Figure subjects. 

H76-1 DUTCH INTERIOR. A woman peeling vegetables is 

Gallery seated at the right near an open window; at the left a 

14 little girl and a dog stand near an open door, through 

which is a view of a garden and houses in bright sunlight. 

H.2iyV i"- W. 261V in- Canvas. 

Gift of George A. Hearn, 1893. 

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HOOCH — HOPPNER 

H76-2 INTERIOR WITH A YOUNG COUPLE. A young 

Gallery woman stands near an open window; back of her and in 

39 front of a bed sits a man who snaps his fingers to call 

a little dog; through an open door is seen a room with 

leather hangings. 

H. 2 if in. W. 24! in. Canvas. 

Bequest of Benjamin Altman, 1913. 

HOOGSTRATEN, Samuel van. Dutch; born 1627 at Dordrecht; 
died there 1678. Pupil of his father. Dirk van Hoogstra- 
ten, and of Rembrandt. 

H761-1 PORTRAIT OF A LADY AND A GENTLEMAN. 

Gallery Life-size figures, seated at a table, which is covered with a 
26 red rug; the man is at the right and his right hand rests 

on the table and holds a string of beads. The lady is 
seated behind the table and holds with both hands a book 
which rests on the table. Attributed to Hoogstraten. 
H. 4jj in. W. 36! in. Canvas. 
Gift of Henry G. Marquand, 1888. 

HOPPNER, John. British (English); born 1758 at London; 
died there 1810. Pupil of the Royal Academy. Por- 
traits. 

H77-1 LADY WITH A CORAL NECKLACE. Life-size, 

Gallery seated figure, seen to below the waist; she wears a short- 

14 waisted, low-necked white gown and a dark red coral 

necklace; a white drapery is about her head and shoulders 

and a black lace scarf is thrown over her left arm. 

H. 29I in. W. 24! in. Canvas. 

Gift of George A. Hearn, 1896. 

H77-2 MRS. BACHE. (Sarah Franklin Bache, only daughter 
Gallery of Benjamin Franklin, was born in 1744, married Richard 
24 Bache in 1767, and died in 1808; her husband was the 

first Postmaster-General of the United States, having 
succeeded Benjamin Franklin, who occupied the post 
during colonial days.) Life-size, seated figure, seen to the 
waist; she has blond hair mixed with gray and wears 
a white headdress and a broad white fichu; a dark wrap 
lined with white falls about her arms. 
H. 30I in. W. 24I in. Canvas. 
Purchase, Wolfe Fund, iqoi. 

H77-3 MRS. GARDINER AND HER CHILDREN. Life- 
Gallery size, seated figure of a lady, dressed in white, who holds 
24 a little girl on her lap; another child stands at her side; 

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HOPPNER — HOREMANS 

the background consists of a draped red curtain at the 

left and sky at the right. 

H. 50^V in- W. 39il in. Canvas. 

Bequest of Maria De Witt Jesup, from the collection of 

her husband, Morris K. Jesup, 191 5. 

H77-4 PORTRAIT OF A LADY. Life-size, almost full-face 
portrait of a young lady with dark brown hair seen to 
below the waist; she wears a white turban and a white 
high-waisted dress; dark background. 
H. 30 in. W. 24I in. Canvas. 
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac D. Fletcher Collection. 
Bequest of Isaac D. Fletcher, 1917. 

THE SETTING SUN. The Godsal Children. (Three 
children of Mr. and Mrs. Godsal of Iscoyd Park, near 
Whitechurch, Flintshire, England.) A landscape with 
a little boy dressed in brown standing at the right; 
at the left a little girl in a white dress with a pink sash 
leans against an older girl, also in white, who kneels at 
the foot of a tree; across the hilltop on which they stand 
the sky is seen with the sun setting behind distant hills, 
H. 54 in. W. 59 in. Canvas. Bulletin, 1913, p. 12; 
ill. p. 10. 
Lent by Mrs. Herbert L. Satterlee, 1916. 

HOREMANS, Jan Jozef, the Younger. Flemish; born 1714 
at Antwerp; died there after 1790. Pupil of his father. 

H78-1 AUTUMN. 

H. ii3iin. W.67|in. Canvas. Signed: J. Floremans. 
1762. 

H78-2 WINTER. 

H. ii3|in. W. 67I in. Canvas. Signed: J. Horemans 
1761. 



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H. I I3j in. 

SUMMER. 
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THE HORSE POND. 

H. 6of in. W. 46I in. Canvas. 

A LANDLORD AND HIS TENANT. 

H. 62^ in. W. 39 in. Canvas. Signed: J. Horemans 

1764 and initialed: A D H. 



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H78-7 RETURNING FROM THE HUNT. 

H. ii3|in. W. 100 in. Canvas. Signed: J. Horemans 
1 761. 

H78-8 THE FISH MARKET. 

H. ii3iin. W. 109I in. Canvas. Signed: J Hore- 
mans 1762. 

H78-9 RESTING AFTER HUNTING. 

H. 33I in. W. 64! in. Canvas. Signed: J Horemans. 
A series of nine decorative panels. 
Purchase, 1871. 

HOVENDEN, Thomas. American; born 1840 at Dunmanway, 
County Cork, Ireland; died 1895 at Plymouth Meeting, 
Pennsylvania. Studied at the Cork School of Design; 
came to New York in 1863 and entered the school of 
the National Academy of Design; studied in Paris 
under Cabanel. 

H82-1 JERUSALEM THE GOLDEN. Lamplight falls on 
a convalescent young woman who reclines in a large 
. chair at the left; a young man is seated at her side, while 
in the deep shadow at the right a young girl is playing the 
hymn which gives the title to the picture. 
H. 30 in. W. 40 in. Canvas. 
Gift of Mrs. Helen C. Hovenden, 1895. 

H82-2 LAST MOMENTS OF JOHN BROWN. (1800-1859; 
American abolitionist hanged by the Commonwealth of 
Virginia. His armed party had seized by force the arsenal 
at Harper's Ferry.) The artist has depicted the traditional 
incident of a colored child's being held up for John Brown 
to kiss, as he descends the courthouse steps on his way to 
the gallows. 

H. 77f in. W. 63I in. Canvas. Inscribed: Copyright 
Hovenden 1881. 
Gift of Carl Stoeckel and his wife, 1897. 

HUGHTENBURGH, Jan Van. Dutch; born 1646 at Haarlem; 

died 1733 at Amsterdam. Painted landscapes, hunts, 

and battle scenes. 
H87-2 REPOSE AFTER THE HUNT. In the foreground at 

the right three horses are held by a groam; beyond, 

people are dancing and eating; in the distance are fields 

of ripe grain and distant hills. 

H. 21 in. W. 26fin. Canvas. Signed: Hughtenburgh 

Purchase, 1871. 

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HUNT, William Morris. American; born 1824 at Brattleboro, 
Vt.; buried there 1879. Studied at Diisseldorf; pupil of 
Couture in Paris; influenced by Millet and the Barbizon 
School. In 1862 settled in Boston, where he spent most 
of his life. Portraits, genre, and mural decorations. 

H91-1 LANDSCAPE. A field with boulders and trees; in 
Gallery the center of the picture stands a boy wearing a blue 
16 blouse; a white dog sits beside him. 

H. I2f in. W. 192- in. Canvas. Bulletin, 1906, p. 131, ill. 

Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1906. 

H91-2 GIRL AT A FOUNTAIN. Life-size figure of a young 
Gallery girl, seen from the back to below the knees; her left 
16 hand rests against a stone wall and the right holds a 

brown jug to catch the water flov/ing from a lion's head 
in the wall; she wears a brown dress trimmed with dark 
red braid and a close-fitting white cap; at the left there 
is a low stone wall with trees and a hill beyond. 
H. 46 in. W. 35^ in. Canvas. Signed: W. M. HVNT 
Bulletin, 1908, p. 119, ill. 
Bequest of Jane Hunt, 1908. 

H91-3 A BOY. Standing figure, seen to below the knees with 

Gallery his back against a stone wall; his arms are folded and a 

16 whip is in his left hand; he wears an Italian costume. 

H. i6| in. W. 8f in. Canvas. Monogrammed: WMH 
Bequest of Mrs. Martha T. Fiske Collord, in memory of 
Josiah M. Fiske, 1908. 

H91-4 A GIRL. Full-length, seated figure of a girl in Italian 
Gallery dress; a bright red cloak hangs over the back of her chair. 
16 H. i6| in. W. 8f in. Canvas. Signed: WM (en- 

twined) Hunt 1867. 

Bequest of Mrs. Martha T. Fiske Collord, in memory of 
Josiah M. Fiske, 1908. 

H91-5 NIGHT. (Sketch for the principal figure of one of the 

Gallery mural decorations executed in 1878 in the State Capitol 

16 at Albany, N. Y., but since ruined.) A female figure 

seated on the crescent moon; drapery falls over her knees. 

H. 37 in. W. 25I in. Cardboard. Bulletin, 191 1, p. 

100. 

Purchase, Rogers Fund, 191 1. 

H91-6 FORTUNE. (Sketch for one of the figures in The Dis- 

Gallery coverer, one of the ruined mural decorations in the 

16 State Capitol at Albany.) A winged female figure, stand- 

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ing with drapery about hei raised right arm; the left 

hand holds the tiller of the boat in which Columbus stands. 

H. 37 in. W. 25I in. Cardboard. Bulletin, 191 1, p. 

100. 

Purchase, Rogers Fund, 191 1. 

H91-51 CHARLES SUMNER. (1811-1874; American states- 
Gallery man, 1861-1871.) Life-size bust, almost profile to left. 
16 He has bushy iron-gray hair and side whiskers, and wears 

a black coat and black tie; red background. 

H.27in. W. 22 in. Canvas. Signed: Monogram W M H. 

Lent by Mrs. E. Hunt Slater, 1918. 

H91-52 ABRAHAM LINCOLN. (1809-1865; sixteenth Presi- 
Gallery dent of the United States, 1861-1865.) Life-size bust 
16 three-quarters to right; the hair and short chin beard 

are black, and he wears a black coat and necktie; light 
gray background. This is a replica made after the de- 
struction of the original (painted in 1872) in the Boston 
fire in 1889. 

H. 27I in. W. 22I in. Canvas. Signed: Monogram 
WMH 

1866 

Lent by Mrs. E. Hunt Slater, 19 18. 



HUNTINGTON, Daniel. American; born 1816 at New York City; 
died there 1906. Pupil of S. F. B. Morse and of Inman 
in New York; of G. P. Fcrrero in Rome. President of 
National Academy of Design 1862 to 1869 and 1877 to 

;. 1891. Portraits. 

H92-1 JOHN DAVID WOLFE. (1792-1872; a New York 
Gallery merchant; father of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe.) Life- 
17 size, seated figure, seen to the knees; an open book is 

held in his right hand; he wears the conventional black 
clothes and a cape lined with black satin. 
H. 43^ in. W. 37! in. Canvas. Signed: D. Hunting- 
ton 1 87 1. 
Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

H92-2 CYRUS W. FIELD. (1819-1892; American merchant; 
founder of the American Cable Company.) The head is 
turned to the right; he wears a heavy fur-trimmed coat. 
H. 30I in. W. 25 in. Canvas. Signed: D. Hunting- 
ton 1879. 
Gift of Cyrus W. Field, 1892. 

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H92-3 WILLIAM C. PRIME. (1825-1905; a New York 
Gallery merchant; vice-president of the Museum from 1874 
16 to 1892.) Life-size, seated figure, seen to below the knees; 

his right hand turns the leaves of an open book that 
rests on top of another volume on a table at the left; 
his thin hair and long beard are gray; he wears a brown 
velveteen jacket and dark gray trousers. 
H. 54|- in. W. 44! in. Canvas. Signed: D. Hunting- 
ton 1892. 
Gift of the Trustees, 1892. 

H92-4 MERCY'S DREAM. The subject is taken from 
Bunyan's Pilgrim's Progress. "Methought I looked up 
and saw one coming with wings toward me. . , . 
and he put a beautiful crown upon my head. Then he 
took me by the hand and said 'Mercy, come after me'." 
H. 84 in. W. 66i in. Canvas. Signed: D. Hunting- 
ton 1858. 
Gift of the artist, 1897. 

H92-5 ELLA VIRGINIA DERING. ( Daughter x)f Willis Bris- 
tol of New Haven, Conn., and wife of Sylvester Dering of 
Utica, N. Y.) The figure is seen to below the waist; she 
wears a white silk gown trimmed with lace, a string 
of pearls is about her neck, and her left hand rests on a 
bunch of yellow roses at her breast. 
H. 30J in. W. 25 in. Canvas. Signed! D. Huntington. 
Gift of Sylvester Dering, 1916. 

H92-6 NICOLE HAVENS DERING. (1865-1869; son of 

Gallery Sylvester and Ella V. Dering.) A little boy dressed in 

16 blue and holding a toy dog under his left arm, is seen to 

the knees standing in a landscape. 

H. 30 in. W. 25 in. Canvas. Signed: D. Huntington. 

Gift of Sylvester Dering, 19 16. 



HUYSMANS, CoRNELis; called Huysmans of Mechlin. Flemish; 
born 1648 at Antwerp; died 1727 at Mechlin. Pupil 
of Caspar de Witte at Antwerp and of Jacques van 
Artois at Brussels, whence he went to Mechlin. Land- 
scapes. 

H98-1 ITALIAN LANDSCAPE. A valley with peasants and 
Gallery cattle in the foreground; trees to the left and mountains 
26 in the distance; sunset sky. 

H. 25! in. W. 31I in. Canvas. 

Purchase, 1871. 

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H98-4 LANDSCAPE WITH FIGURES. A view of a valley 

Gallery in a mountainous country, with dark trees at the right 

14 and left; in the foreground are figures and cattle and in 

the distance a river and snow-capped mountains in 

sunlight. 

H. 22f in. W. 31I in. Canvas. 

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INGHAM, Charles C. American; born 1796 at Dublin, Ireland; 
died 1863 at New York City. Pupil of Dublin Academy. 

In4-i THE FLOWER GIRL. Standing figure, seen to below 
the knees; she wears a yellowish dress and a black hood; 
she carries a pot of fuchsias and a basket of flowers. 
H. ^6 in. W. 28I in. Wood. Signed: C C Ingham 
1846. Gift of William Church Osborn, 1902. 

INGRES, Jean Auguste Dominique. French; born 1780 at 
Montauban; died 1867 at Paris. Pupil of David; in- 
fluenced somewhat by the early Italians and to a greater 
degree by Raphael. Portraits, historical and classical 
subjects, and decorations. 

In 41-1 PORTRAIT OF M. LEBLANC. Seated figure to the 

Gallery left seen to below the knees; he holds a book in his right 

20 hand and his left elbow rests on a table over which is a 

red figured cover. His black coat is open in front 

showing a white shirt and striped waistcoat. 

H. 47! in. W. 37 in. Canvas. Signed: Ingres Pinx. 

Bulletin, 1919, p. 133, ill. 

Purchase, Wolfe Fund, 191 8. 

In 41-2 PORTRAIT OF MME. LEBLANC. Seated figure to 

Gallery the right seen to the knees, wearing a low-necked black 

20 silk dress. Her right hand rests on the back of the 

chair and her left lies in her lap. A heavy gold chain 

is about her neck and is fastened at her belt. An Indian 

shawl is thrown over the arm of her chair; flowers in a 

vase are on the table at the right. 

H. 47 in. W. 36J in. Canvas. Signed: Ingres P. flor. 

1823. Bulletin, 1919, pp. 133-134, ill 

Purchase, Wolfe Fund, 1918. 

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INMAN, Henry. American; born i8oi(?) at Utica, New York; 
died 1846 at New York City. Pupil of John W. Jarvis. 
Portraits. 

In5-i MARTIN VAN BUREN. (1782-1862; the eighth pres- 

Gallery ident of the United States.) Nearly life-size figure, seen 

16 to the waist; he has light brown hair and side whiskers 

and wears a black coat and high black stock. 

H. 3of in. W. 25^ in. Canvas. 

Gift of Mrs. Jacob. H. Lazarus, 1893. 

In5-2 THE YOUNG FISHERMAN. The full-length figure 

Gallery of a barefooted boy, standing under a tree with his 

16 left hand raised hoFding a branch; a fishing pole is over 

his left shoulder.. 

H. 13I in. W. 9I in. Wood. 

Gift of Samuel P. Avery, 1895. 

In5-3 WILLIAM C. MACREADY. (1793-1873; a prominent 

Gallery English tragedian.) Life-size portrait, seen almost to 

16 the waist; the neck is bare and a white tunic shows 

above a dark garment; a brown fur cloak is over his 

left shoulder. He is posed in the character of William 

Tell. 

H. 30I in. W. 25 in. Canvas. Bulletin, 1906, p. 105. 

Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1906. 

INNESS, George. American; born 1825 at Newburgh, N. Y.; 
died 18^4 while traveling in Scotland. Apprenticed to 
a map engraver; studied painting with Regis Gignoux, 
visited Europe. The greater part of his working life 
was spent in the neighborhood of New, York City. Land- 
scapes. 

In6-i AUTUMN OAKS. A group of oaks in red, brown, and 
Gallery yellow foliage fills the middle distance to the right of the 
16 center; in the dark shadow that crosses the foreground, 

a cow is following the path toward a group of cattle 
that are in the sunlight at the left; beyond are open 
fields and v/ooded groves with a glimpse of water in the 
distance; heavy clouds with blue shadows. 
H. 2i| in. W. 30J in. Canvas. Signed: G. Inness. 
Gift of George I. Seney, 1887. 

In6-2 EVENING. Large oak trees are at the left and open 
fields at the right with a farmhouse and blue hills beyond; 
in the foreground sheep and a cow are being driven 
home and a man is piling logs. 

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H.48|in. W. ySjin. Canvas. Signed: Geo. Inness 1868. 
Gift of George 1. Seney, 1887. 

PEACE AND PLENTY. A broad expanse of country 
with hills in the distance and a narrow stream winding 
through the valley; in the foreground a field of grain 
is being harvested; at the left in the middle distance 
a group of elms is silhouetted against a golden sunset sky. 
Painted from studies made at Medfield, Mass. 
H. 77! in. W. ii2fin. Canvas. Signed: Geo Inness 
1865. Bulletin, 1914, p. 4, ill. 
Gift of George A. Hearn, 1894. 

PINE GROVE OF THE BARBERINI VILLA, 

ALBANO, ITALY. 

H. 76I in. W. ii8f in. Canvas. Signed: G Inness — 

1876. 

Gift of Lyman G. Bloomingdale, 1898. 

DELAWARE VALLEY. The winding Delaware River 
flows through a valley dotted with trees, cultivated 
fields, and farm buildings; at the left a wagon load of 
hay is being drawn by horses along a road toward the 
foreground; in the distance the hilltops are partly 
hidden by rain clouds. 

H. 22 in. W. 30 in. Canvas. Signed: G Inness 1865. 
Gift of several gentlemen, 1899. 

EVENING AT MEDFIELD, MASS. A clump of 
trees at the left and a stone wall at the right stand out 
against a deep yellow sunset sky; near the center a man 
leans over the pasture bars; in the foreground at the 
left are two tree trunks beyond which two cows come down 
a path that winds around a pollard willow at the right. 
H. 38 in. W. 63I in. Canvas. Signed: G. Inness — 
1875. Bulletin, 1910, p. 107, ill. 
Gift of George A. Hearn, 1910. 

SPRING BLOSSOMS. An orchard in blossom is in 
the middle distance; beyond at the left is a farmhouse. 
H. 30J in. W. 45! in. Canvas. Signed: Geo. Inness 
1889. Bulletin, 191 1, p. 149, ill. 

Gift of George A. Hearn, in memory of Arthur Hoppock 
Hearn, 191 1. 

INNESS, George, Jr. American; born 1853 at Paris, France; 
lives in New York City. Pupil of his father, George 
Inness. 



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In6i-i SHEPHERD AND SHEEP. They are moving away 
from the spectator; bushes and low trees are at the left. 
H. loin. W\i5|in. Wood. Signed: Geo. Inness Jr. 1876. 
Bequest of Henry H. Cook, 1905. 

IRWIN, Benoni. American; born 1840 at Newmarket, Canada; 
died 1896 at South Coventry, Conn. Pupil of National 
Academy of Design in New York; Carolus Duran in 
Paris. 

Ir9-i CHARLES H. FARNHAM. (Born 1841; lives at New- 

burgh, N. Y. Author.) Life-size, bust portrait in pro- 
file toward the left. 

H. 24I in. W. 18 in. Canvas. Signed: Benoni irwin — 
1882. 
Gift of Mrs. Benoni Irwin, 1897. 

ISABEY, Eugene. French; born 1803 at Paris; died there 1886. 
Pupil of his father, Jean Baptiste Isabey. Landscapes 
and marines. 

Isi-i A BANQUET HALL. A sumptuous dining hall 

Gallery with many people dressed in richly colored seventeenth 

17 century costumes; some are seated at the long table, 

drinking, while others stand in groups about the room; 

a number are gathered on the steps at the right beyond 

which the sunlight streams through a window. 

H. ijl in. W. 36^V i^i- Canvas. Signed: E. Isabey-73. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

ISENBRANT, Adrian. Flemish; born in the fifteenth century; 
died 1557. Settled at Bruges in 15 10 and worked under 
Gerard David. 

Is2-i ECCE HO.MO— MATER DOLOROSA. Life-size fig- 

Gallery ures, seen almost to the knees, of Christ and the Virgin 
34 standing side by side in the opening of a bay consisting 

of a double arch. Christ is at the left with a dark green 
robe hanging upon His shoulders, the chest bare, and the 
hands bound in a crossed position so that the right hand 
holds the reed on the left side. Mary is at the right with 
bowed head and hands crossed on her breast; she wears 
a white wimple and a dark mantle. Formerly attrib- 
uted to Mostaert. 

H.4i^in. W. 361V; in. Canvas, transferred from wood. 
Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1904. 

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Is2-2 a. THE NATIVITY. Triptych. (Central panel.) Mary, 
Gallery in a dark blue robe and brown cloak, and Joseph in a 
34 red robe, kneel respectively at left and right of a 

straw filled basket on which the Infant is lying; just 
beyond is an arched stone porch beneath which are the 
ox and ass, and at the left are two adoring shepherds; 
landscape background with trees, cottages, shepherds, 
and blue hills. 

Is2-2 b. ADORATION OF THE KINGS. (Left wing.) Un- 
der a porch similar tothat shown in the central panel, Mary 
is seated at the right holding the Child on her lap; two of 
the kings, one wearing a red robe and the other in yellow 
brocade, kneel before the Infant; the Moor, in a dull 
green robe and jeweled turban, stands at the left holding 
a gold vessel; landscape background. 

Is2-2 c. FLIGHT INTO EGYPT. (Right wing.) The Ma- 
donna, with the Child held in her left arm, rides on the ass 
which is moving toward the left; Joseph, in a red cloak, 
black hood, and straw hat, stands on the far side of the 
animal and holds its bridle. Across the three panels is a 
landscape background consisting of a broad valley in the 
center and at right and left wooded hills and steep rocks 
with castles on their summits. 

Is2-2 d. THE ANNUNCIATION. (Painted in grisaille 
on the back of the Adoration of the Kings.) A late 
Gothic doorway forms the background for the Virgin 
and the angel. 

Is2-2 e. THE VISITATION. (Painted in grisaille on the 
back of the Flight into Egypt.) A Gothic doorway, 
similar to that of the opposite wing, forms the background 
for the Virgin and Saint Elizabeth. 

Center, H. gj in. W. 6| in.; each side, H. lof in. 
W. 3y'^^ in. Wood. Bulletin, 1913, p. 67, ill. 
Purchase, Hewitt Fund, 1913. 

ISHAM, Samuel. American; born 1855 at New York City; died 
1914 at Easthampton, N. Y. Pupil of Jacquesson de la 
Chevreuse, Boulanger, and Lefebvre. Author of A 
History of American Painting. 

Is3-i LA MARQUISE DE CARABAS. Life-size, seated 

Gallery figure of a young girl seen to the knees; she wears a fancy 

12 costume of brocaded silk and a string of pearls about 

her neck; her raised left hand rests on a standard; there 

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is a fanciful coat of arms on a column in the background 

at the left. 

H. 39f in. W. 32 in. Canvas. Signed: S. Isham, 96. 

Bulletin, 1915, p. 11; ill. p. 13. 

Gift from the estate of the artist, in accordance with his 

wishes, 1914. 

ISRAELS, JozEF. Dutch; born 1824 at Groningen; died 191 1 
at The Hague. Pupil of J. A. Kruseman at Amsterdam; 
Picot and Delaroche at Paris. Peasant subjects. 

Isy-i THE BASHFUL SUITOR. A youth and a young girl 

Gallery are walking toward the left across flat meadows; in the 
19 fields beyond is a herd of black and white cattle. 

H. 46 in. W. 67I in. Canvas. Signed: Jozef Israels. 

Gift of George I. Seney, 1887. 

IS7-2 EXPECTATION. An interior with the full-length, 

Gallery seated figure of a young Dutch peasant woman who is 

19 sewing; she is making a baby's cap and her sewing 

materials are on a willow cradle at the left; on a table 

at the right is a pot of flowers in blossom. 

H. 71I in. W. 54 in. Canvas. Signed: Jozef Israels. 

Gift of George I. Seney, 1887. 

IS7-3 WAITING FOR PAPA. A humble Dutch home with a 
girl and a boy standing at an open window and looking 
out across sand dunes. 

H. 2if in. W. 14I in. Wood. Signed: Jozef Israels. 
Bequest of Maria De Witt Jesup, from the collection of 
her husband, Morris K. Jesup, 191 5. 

IS7-4 THE DUNES. A girl sits at the right looking out to 
_ sea, where a fishing boat is shown. 
H. 12I in. W. I7j in. Water color. Signed: Jozef 
Israels. 

Mr. and Mrs. Isaac D. Fletcher Collection. 
Bequest of Isaac D. Fletcher, 1917. 

Is7-5 GRANDMOTHER'S TREASURE. A dutiful, little 
child reads to her sick grandmother. 
H. 27 in. W. 35! in. Canvas. Signed: Jozef Israels. 
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac D. Fletcher Collection. 
Bequest of Isaac D. Fletcher, 1917. 

ITALIAN SCHOOL. 

It5S-4 CROWNING OF THE VIRGIN. The Virgin, in a 
white robe, is seated at the left, and Christ, wearing a 

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red robe and a dark blue mantle, is placing the crown 
upon her head; back of the figures is a red and gold canopy 
which is supported at each side by an angel. Formerly 
attributed to Stamina. Fifteenth-century work. 
H. i3y% in. W. lo}^ in. Wood. 
Gift of Frederic Coudert, 1888. 

VIRGIN AND CHILD. The Virgin, in a white mantle 
lined with green, is standing and seen to the knees; the 
Child, sv/athed in a white and yellow striped cloth, is 
held upright with His feet resting in the Virgin's right 
hand; gold background with halos in relief. Inscribed 
below on a red ground: benedictvs • sit • nomen . 

DOMINI ji^V XRI ET • NOMEN • MATRIS • EIVS • GLORIOSE- 

viRGiN. Fourteenth-century work. 

H. 32! in. W. i8f in. Tempera on wood; pointed 

arched top. 

Gift of Frederic Coudert, 1888. 

ENTOMBMENT. The nude figure of the dead Christ is 
supported on the edge of the tomb by the Virgin at the 
left and St. John at the right; gold background. The 
picture came under the name of Gio. Batta; it is fifteenth- 
century work. 

H. 7I in. W. Qi in. V/ood. 
Gift of Frederic Coudert, 1888. 

MADONNA AND CHILD. A half-length of the 
Madonna with the Child standing on her lap; she wears a 
purple robe, white scarf, and black mantle; the Child 
is dressed in red and His right hand caresses the face of 
the Madonna; dark background with fruit and leaves; 
imitation Cufic inscription on halos. At one time 
attributed to Pisanello. North (?) Italian work of the 
first half of the fifteenth century. 
H. 25! in. W. 14I in. Tempera on wood. 
Gift of Baron Lazzaroni, 1906. 

SAINT MICHAEL AND THE DRAGON. The Saint 
stands with his sword raised in the act of slaying a mon- 
ster which has one large and numerous small heads, 
several of which have been cut off. The Saint has parti- 
colored wings and wears Renaissance armor and a red 
doublet embroidered with gold; gold tooled background. 
Fifteenth-century work. 
H. 42j in. W. 41I in. Tempera on wood. 
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Florentine. 
It5S-Fi ST. ANTHONY. The head of an old man in a brown 
monk's habit. Formerly attributed to Ghirlandaio; 
fifteenth-century work. 
H. 20 1% in. W. 14I in. Fresco on plaster. 
Gift of Cornelius Vanderbilt, 1880. 

It5S-F2 A MAN AND A WOMAN AT A CASEMENT. A 
Gallery woman, seen to below the waist, stands in the corner of a 
33 room facing a window at the left where a man, who is 

outside the house, leans on the sill with both hands crossed 
on the ledge over which hangs a cloth bearing the Scolari 
arms; beyond 'the woman's head is another window 
through which there is a view of a town street and a land- 
scape. Formerly attributed to Masaccio; Berenson con- 
siders it an early work of Paolo Uccello. Painted in the 
second quarter of the fifteenth century. 
H. 25y% in. W. i6f in. Tempera on wood. 
Gift of Henry G. Marquand, 1888. 

It5S-F3 THE WAR OF CHARLES OF DURAZZO AGAINST 
Gallery OTTO OF BRUNSWICK. (A cassone [chest] front 
31 in three octagonal panels with ornamental borders and 

spandrels decorated with the coat of arms of the Kingdom 
of Sicily and Jerusalem.) In the right-hand panel, the 
army of Charles of Durazzo, under the banners of Sicily 
and Jerusalem, of the Pope and of Hungary, attacks the 
• army of Otto of Brunswick who carry the Brunswick 
arms. In the central panel Charles receives the submis- 
sion of Otto. In the panel at the left Charles and his 
army enter the city of Naples. The colors are sombre 
— Charles in each panel is dressed in black and gold and 
is mounted on a white horse. The sky is go!d-leaf. 
Florentine, about 1400. 
H. i9§ in. W. 50} J in. Tempera on wood. 
Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1906. 

It5S-F4 CASSONE; UNKNOWN SUBJECT. A prince with his 
Gallery party arrives at the left: back of them are Florentine 
31 buildings — the Riccardi palace, then the Medici palace, 

and the Cathedral and Campanile. At the right is a log- 
gia with nine ladies at dinner. A page steps from the 
loggia to welcome the party. The prince is shown again 
at the right, choosing one of the ladies, and once more as 
he and the lady are being married; an elderly gentleman 
is blessing their union and a gentleman behind the corner 
column, eavesdropping. Many of the costumes are in 

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gold-leaf. The name of the artist is unknown; two works 
by him are in American collections, both showing Solo- 
mon and the Queen of Sheba; one in the Boston Museum, 
and one in the Jarves collection at Yale University. 
About 1450. 

H. 17I in. W. 55I in. Tempera on wood. Bulletin, 
1919, p. 6, ill. 
Purchase, Rogers Fund, 19 18. 

SlENESE. 

It5S-Si THE HOLY VIRGIN AND SAVIOUR. A triptych. 

Gallery The central panel shows the Virgin enthroned with the 
33 Child on her lap and seven angels grouped around the 

throne; in the right-hand panel St. Peter is in the fore- 
ground and there are four other standing figures; in 
the left-hand panel there are also five figures, St. Paul 
being in the foreground. In the points at the top of the 
panels the Crucifixion is in the center, the Virgin in 
prayer at the right, and the Angel of the Annunciation at 
the left. Gold background throughout. Fifteenth- 
century; influenced by Taddeo di Bartolo. 
H. i8f in. W. ly-j^in. Tempera on wood. 
Gift of Frederic Coudert, 1888. 

It5S-S2 THE LIFE OF CHRIST A triptych, divided into 
Gallery sixteen scenes by means of bands of pattern stamped in 
33 the gold ground. The subjects are as follows: Right 

panel: i. Annunciation; 2. Nativity; 3. Adoration of 
the Magi; 4. Presentation in the Temple. Left panel: 
5. Flight into Egypt; 6. Christ Among the Doctors; 
7. The Last Supper; 8. The Agony in the Garden. Cen- 
tral panel beginning at the upper left: 9. St. John the 
Baptist; 10. The Trinity; 1 1. St. Michael; 12. The Scourg- 
ing of Christ; 13. The Crucifixion; 14. Christ Carrying 
the Cross; 15, The Pieta; 16. Christ in the Tomb. 
Painted in the first half of the fifteenth century. 
Central panel, H. 2of in. W. 14! in. Sides, each, 
H. 21^ in. W. 6^ in. Wood. Bulletin, 1909, p. 88. 
Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1909. 

Tuscan. 

It5S-Ti ST. GILES; MISSION OF THE APOSTLES; CHRIST 

Gallery TRIUMPHANT OVER SATAN. A polyptych. The 

33 right-hand panel shows a full-length standing figure of 

St. Giles, in the black habit of a Benedictine monk. The 

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left half is divided into two sections; in the lower part, 
Christ is addressing the twelve apostles, and above Christ 
stands on clouds with angels, four of whom drive away 
devils. On scrolls are printed ISTI EST DOMINUS 
REX GLORIAE (This is the Lord, the King of Glory) 
and ET DOMINUS FIRTIS IN PROELIO (even the 
Lord mighty in battle). Berenson attributes this work 
to Tuscan origin; Fry considers that the types are non- 
Italian, though the painting shows Sienese influence; 
it was previously catalogued as early French, School of 
Avignon. Probably painted in the early part of the 
fifteenth century. 

H. 59I in. W. 39I in. Tempera on wood. 
Gift of J. Bruyn Andrews, 1876. 

UmbriaNc 

It5S-Ui SCENES FROM THE LIFE OF KING NEBU- 
CHADNEZZAR. (The dream of King Nebuchadnezzar 
and its interpretation are given in the Bible in the Book 
of Daniel, chapter. IV.) A cassone (chest) front with 
three sunken panels; the borders of the panels are carved 
and the ground is gilded. In the panel at the left, Daniel 
is interpreting the dream of Nebuchadnezzar. In the 
central panel, Nebuchadnezzar is being driven from the 
palace as predicted by Daniel. In the panel at the right 
the King is eating grass "as oxen" in accordance with the 
interpretation of the dream. Painted toward the end of 
the fifteenth century. 

H. 2i|f in. W. 65 in. Tempera on wood. Bulletin, 
1908, p. 189, ill. 
Gift of James Loeb, 1908. 



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JACOBI, Giovanni. See Giovanni da Milano. 

JACOPI, Bernardino. See Butinone. 

JACQUE, Charles Emile. French (Barbizon); born 1813 at 
Paris; died there 1894. Studied geographical engraving; 
worked in England; later settled at Barbizon, where he 
painted landscapes and animals. 

J16-1 THE SHEEPFOLD. The interior of a barn with sheep; 

Gallery a boy in a blue blouse is putting a bundle of hay into a 

17 rack; bright sunlight enters through a crudely latticed 

door at the left and falls on the straw with which the 

floor is covered; four chickens are near a tub in the 

foreground. 

H. i8i in. W. 36I in. Wood. Signed: Ch. Jacque- 

1857. 

Purchase, Wolfe Fund, 1897. 

J 16-2 LANDSCAPE WITH SHEEP. A flock of sheep 
nibbling grass followed by a black collie and a shep- 
herd who wears a blue blouse; a hill and a grove of oaks 
are beyond. 

H. 13! in. W. lof in. Wood. Signed: Ch. Jacque. 
Gift of Mrs. Mary Goldenberg, 1899. 

J 16-3 SHEEP. Two sheep in a pasture. 

H. 5f in. W. 8f in. Wood. Signed: Jacque. 
Bequest of Thomas P. Salter, 1907. 

JACQUET, GusTAVE. French; born 1846 at Paris; died there 
1909. Pupil of Bouguereau. Figure subjects. 

J162-1 FEMALE HEAD. Life-size, bust; a white lace scarf 
S. W. is draped over the bare shoulders and knotted in front. 
Stairway H. 2i| in. W. i8| in. Canvas. Signed: G. Jacquet. 
Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

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J 162-2 REVERIE. Figure of a young girl, seen almost to the 
waist; she wears a low-necked gray bodice, laced in 
front, with rosettes on the shoulders and a yellow ribbon 
about her neck. 

H. i2|| in. W, 9I in. Wood. Signed: G. Jacquet. 
Bequest of Thomas P. Salter, 1907. 

JANSSENS VAN CEULEN, Cornelis; or Janson or Jonson 
van Ceulen. Flemish; born 1593 at London, England, 
of Flemish parents; died i664(?) at Utrecht. Influenced 
by Van Dyck with whom he worked for eight years at 
the Court of Charles I. In 1648 settled at Utrecht. 
Portraits. 

J262-1 PORTRAIT OF A LADY. Life-size, to the waist; 

Gallery her brown hair is drawn back and hangs in ringlets caught 
26 with pearls; a double row of pearls is about her bare neck; 

she wears a black satin dress with close-fitting white 
lace yoke that comes down over the shoulders and is 
held in front by a large black enameled brooch. 
H. 31I in. W. 25yV iri- Canvas. 
Gift of Henry G. Marquand, 1888. 

J262-2 LADY TOWNSHEND. (Mary, daughter of Edward 
Kewknor of Denham, England, married in 1658 Sir 
Horace Townshend, who in 1660 went to The Hague as 
one of the deputation to invite Charles II to return to 
England; this portrait was probably painted during that 
visit. Lady Mary Townshend died 1673.) Life-size 
figure, seen to the waist with the head three-quarters to 
the left; she wears a large black hat, and a black dress 
with deep, square white yoke edged with wide, pointed 
lace. 

H. 30I in. W. 24! in. Canvas. 

Bequest of Maria De Witt Jesup, from the collection of 
her husband, Morris K. Jesup, 191 5. 

JARVIS, John W. American; born 1780 at South Shields-on- 
the-Tyne, England; died 1834 at New York City. 
Chiefly self-taught; worked in Philadelphia and New 
York. Portraits. 

J291-1 PORTRAIT OF A MAN. Life-size, seen almost to 
the waist; he wears a black coat and a white frilled stock. 
H. 29I in. W. 25 in. Canvas. 
Gift of A. W. Classon, 1875. 

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J291-2 ALEXANDER ANDERSON. (1775-1870; the pioneer 

Gallery American wood-engraver; at first a physician, but after 

16 about 1798 he devoted his attention exclusively to 

wood-engraving; lived in New York City.) Life-size 

figure, standing behind a brown chair with both hands 

resting on the chair-back. 

H. 34 in. W. 27 in. Canvas. 

Gift of Robert Hoe, Jr., 1881. 

JEFFERSON, Joseph. American; born 1829 at Philadelphia; 
died 1905 at Palm Beach, Fla. He was best known as 
an actor. 

J35-2 MASSACHUSETTS BAY. A marine with the sea 
dashing against the barren shore at the right; stormy sky. 
H. 29! in. W. 42I in. Canvas. Signed: J Jefferson. 
Gift of Mrs. Joseph Jefferson, 1906. 

JETTEL, Eugene. Austrian; born 1845 at Johnsdorf; died 1901 
at Trieste. Pupil of Albert Zimmerman and of Petten- 
kofen at Vienna. 

J51-1 A MARSH IN NORTH HOLLAND. Pools of water 
in the foreground; trees and a white cottage beyond with 
flat lands in the distance and windmills against the horizon. 
H. 32! in. W. 48j:g^ in. Canvas. Signed: Eugene Jettel 
Paris 1877. 
Gift of Charles Sedelmeyer, 1883. 

JEWETT, William. American; born 1795 at East Haddam, Conn.; 
died 1873 at Bayonne, N. J. Assistant of Samuel L. 
Waldo, in New York City, with whom he collaborated in 
painting portraits during eighteen years. 
The following portraits were painted by Waldo and Jewett. 
See descriptions under Waldo. 

Edward Kellogg. 
Mrs. Edward Kellogg. 
Rev. Gardiner Spring. 

JOHN, Augustus Edwin. British; born 1879. 

J62-51 THE WAY DOWN TO THE SEA. A nude baby and 

Gallery four young women, in simple dresses of blue, violet, and 

19 yellow, stand on a clifi" against the blue sky and the blue 

sea; the foremost woman holds a vermilion ball above the 

child's head. 

'51 



JOHN — JOHNSON 

H. 79 in. W. 661 in- Canvas. Bulletin, 191 5, p. 75. 
Lent by John Quinn, 191 5. 

JOHNSON, David. American; born 1827 at New York City; died 
1908 at Walden, N. Y. Studied with J. F. Cropsey but 
chiefly self-taught. Landscapes. 

J63-1 THE GIANT OF THE MEADOW. A grove of large 
trees beneath which cattle are grazing; at the left a 
narrow stream winds through the landscape to the 
foreground. 

H. 18 in. W. 26I in. Canvas. Signed on back: David 
Johnson-i 888-9. 
Bequest of Thomas P. Salter, 1907. 

J63-2 BAYSIDE, NEW ROCHELLE. A large oak in full 
leaf is on a point of land which juts out into the inlet; in 
the immediate foreground at the left an old man is seated 
on the ground with his dog at his side. 
H. 19I in. W. 24 in. Canvas. Monogrammed: DJ. 
Bequest of Maria De Witt Jesup, from the collection of 
her husband, Morris K. Jesup, 191 5. 

J63-3 NEAR SQUAM LAKE, NEW HAMPSHIRE. A view 
of a valley with clumps of trees and hills, and mountains 
beyond in yellowish late afternoon light; the end of the 
lake shows at the left. On the road in the center fore- 
ground is a man in a red vest who drives a white cow. 
H. i8yf in. W. 28 in. Canvas. Signed: D. Johnson, 
1856. Inscribed on back: Scene near Squam Lake 
N.H. D. Johnson 1856. 
Purchase, Rogers Fund, 19 17. 

JOHNSON, Eastman. American; born 1824 at Lovell, Me.; 
died 1906 at New York City. Studied at Diisseldorf and 
at The Hague; settled in New York in i860. 

J631-1 SANDFORD R. GIFFORD. (Landscape painter; see 
Gifford.) Life-size, bust; he has brown hair, moustache, 
and beard. 

H. 26f in. W. 22| in. Millboard. Signed: E. John- 
son 1880. 
Gift of Richard Butler, 1888. 

J631-2 TWO MEN. (The one at the right is Samuel W. Rowse, 

Gallery 1822-1901, noted for his crayon portraits of children; 

16 the other is Robert W. Rutherfurd.) A room with the 

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JOHNSON— JONGERS 

two life-size, seated figures facing each other and talking. 
H.6oiin. W. ySjin. Canvas. Signed: E Johnson 1881. 
Gift of Robert Gordon, 1898. 

J631-3 CORN HUSKING AT NANTUCKET. A field with 
Gallery two long lines of men and women handling the corn; 
16 the ground between them is strewn with yellow husks 

some of which have already been stacked; in the fore- 
ground at the right two men are carrying a basketful to 
a nearby farmhouse. 

H. 27! in. W. 54^ in. Canvas. Signed: E. Johnson. 
Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1907. 

JONES, H. Bolton. American; born 1848 at Baltimore, Md.; 
lives in New York City. Studied in Paris. Landscapes. 

J71-1 SPRING. In the immediate foreground is a stream 
Gallery which reflects the budding trees that border its banks; 
16 meadows beyond. 

H. 24I in. W. 40yV in- Canvas. Signed: H. Bolton 

Jones. 

Gift of George I. Seney, 1887. 

J71-2 AUTUMN. Meadows with a brook in the foreground 
and leafless trees beyond. 

H. loin. W. i4in. Canvas. Signed: H. Bolton Jones. 
Bequest of Thomas P. Salter, 1907. 

JONGERS, Alphonse. American; born 1872 in France, lives 
in New York City. Pupil of the Ecole des Beaux-Arts 
in Paris under Delaunay and Gustave Moreau; studied 
in Spain. Portraits. 

J73-1 LOUISE. Life-size, full-length, standing figure of a 
Gallery little girl in a white dress, wearing a large blue bow 
13 on her brown hair; in her left hand she holds a broad- 

brimmed straw hat trimmed with blue and yellow artifi- 
cial flowers. A green and orange parrot is on a perch at 
the left and in the foreground is a black French poodle. 
H. 80 in. W. 38 in. Canvas. Signed: A. Jongers. 
Gift of George A. Hearn, 1910. 

J73-2 ARTHUR HOPPOCK HEARN. (1861-1910; New York 
Gallery merchant; son of George A. Hearn.) Life-size, standing 
15 portrait, seen almost to the knees; his right hand holds 

a book which rests on a table. 

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JONGERS — JONGKIND 

H. 42 in. W. 34 in. Canvas. Bulletin, 191 1, p. 146. ill. 
Gift of George A. Hearn in memory of Arthur Hoppock 
Hearn, 191 1. 

, JONGH, LuDOLF DE.- Dutch; born 1616 at Overschie; died 1679 
at Hillegersberg. Pupil of Cornelius Saftleven at Rotter- 
dam, Palamedes at Delft, and Jan van Bylert at Utrecht. 

J731-1 WILD BOAR HUNTING. Dogs are attacking a boar 
which has killed several of them; a cavalier wearing a 
red coat approaches on horseback at the right near dense 
woods; an open plain beyond with cliffs at the left. 
Formerly ascribed to Abraham Hondius. 
H. i2| in. W. 17/c in- Canvas. 
Purchase, 187 1. 

JONGKIND, Barthold. Dutch; born 1819 at Latdorp near 
Ootmarsum; died 1891 at Cote-Saint-Andre, I sere, 
France. Pupil of Andreas Schelfhout at The Hague; 
of Isabey at Paris, where he settled in 1845. Marines and 
landscapes. 

J732-1 SUNSET ON THE SCHELDT. At the left is a point 

Gallery of low shore with a house and two ragged trees; to the 

14 right, near the farther bank of the river, there are two 

ships with sails up; the sky is luminous and the pinkish 

clouds are reflected in the wide river. 

H. 2ij in. W. 28f in. Canvas. Signed: Jopgkind 1865. 

Gift of George A. Hearn, 1906. 

J732-2 HONFLEUR. In the foreground at the left is a three- 
Gallery masted schooner with sails furled; across the horizon 
17 stretches the line of the city and sail-boats are near the 

shore at the right. 

H.2o|in. W. 32I in. Canvas. Signed: Jongkind 1865. 

Purchase, Wolfe Fund, 1916. 

J732-3 DUTCH FISHING BOATS. Three sail-boats off a low 
shore on a windy day. 

H. 6| in. W. io| in. Water color. Signed: Jongkind 1870. 
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac D. Fletcher Collection. 
Bequest of Isaac D. Fletcher, 191 7. 

J732-4 LANDSCAPE. An effect of autumn; road with a wagon 
approaching at the right, a row of trees, and sloping cul- 
tivated ground at the left. 

H. 7-1^(5 in. W. 12 ji? in. Water color. Signed: 1885 
Jongkind. 

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JONGKIND — JOUETT 

Mr. and Mrs. Isaac D. F'lctcher Collection. 
Bequest of Isaac D. I-letcher, 19 17. 

JORDAENS, Jacob. Flemish; born 1593 at Antwerp; died there 
1678. Pupil of Adam Van Noort; influenced by Ru- 
bens, whom he assisted. 

J76-3 SKETCH FROM SACRED HISTORY. To the right 

Gallery sits a judge (or king) in red robes; leaning over a rail 

27 stand two women and a man pleading; two children 

stand at the feet of the judge; other women and children 

kneel at the left. 

H. 10 in. W. ii| in. Canvas. 

Purchase, 1871. 

J76-4 THE PHILOSOPHERS— DEMOCRITUS AND HERA^ 

Gallery CLITUS. Life-size figures of two men, standing behind 

27 a large globe of the world; the one at the left is richly 

dressed and extends his right hand as if in argument; 

his companion wears a coarse gray draper}'', which only 

partly covers his body, leans on the globe and turns away 

from the other figure. 

H. 5of in. W. 38I in. Canvas. 

Gift of Mrs. Jane L. Melville, 1884. 

JORIS, Pio. Italian; born 1843 at Rome; lives there. Pupil 
of Academy of San Luca in Rome and of Fortuny. 

J761-1 I,TALIAN COURTYARD AND FIGURES. Three 
S. W. men are sifting grain near the arched entrance to a 
Stairway narrow court; in the foreground a boy is seated in 

the sunshine against the wall of a house; in the distance, 

at the head of the steep street, is a figure. 

H. 2of in. W. 14 1% in. Water color. Signed: Joris 

Roma. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

JOUETT, Matthew Harris. American; born 1783 in Mercer 
Co., Ky.; died 1827 at Louisville, Ky. Studied paint- 
ing for a few months under Gilbert Stuart in Boston; 
settled at Lexington, Ky., in 1816. Portraits. 

J82-1 JOHN GRIMES. (A painter who died at Lexington, 

Gallery Ky., in 1837.) Life-size figure, seen to the waist; he has 

16 light brown hair and wears a brown velvet coat and white 

stock. 

H. 28i in. W. 21 fin. Wood. 

Gift of Mrs. Sarah Bell Menefee, 1895. 



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KAEMMERER, Frederik Hendrik. Dutch; born 1839 at 
The Hague; died 1902 at Paris, where he had lived since 
1865. Pupil of the Ecole des Beaux-Arts under Ger6me. 

Kii-i STUDY OF A GIRL'S HEAD. The figure is seen 
S. W. to the waist with the face in profile; a fan is in her 
Stairway right hand; she wears a red velvet cape and a broad- 
brimmed hat caught with a blue rosette. 
H. 9f in. W. 6| in. Canvas. Signed: F. H. Kaem- 

MERER. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

KALF, WiLLEM. Dutch; born 1621 or 1622 at Amsterdam; died 
there 1693. Pupil of HendrickPot. Still life and interiors. 

K12-1 INTERIOR OF A DUTCH KITCHEN. An old 

Gallery woman, holding half a pumpkin on her lap, is seated 

26 with her back toward a fireplace; in the background, 

at the left, a cow is lying down and a man is beside it. 

H. io| in. W. 12^ in. Wood. Signed: KALF. 

Purchase, 1871. 

KAULBACH, Friedrich August von. German; born 1850 
at Hanover; has lived in Munich since 1872. Pupil 
of his father, Friedrich Kaulbach; studied with Kreling 
at Nuremberg. 

K16-1 GIRL'S HEAD. Bust; she wears a square-cut black 
S. W. and white bodice; about her neck is a double string of 
Stairway pearls. 

H. 13 in. W. 9y\ in. Wood. Signed: Fritz Aug Kaul- 
bach. 
Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

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K16-2 ITALIAN GARDEN. At the right a gray-walled house 
Gallery against which are rose bushes; beyond is a group of tall, 
19 dark cypress trees with an opening through which the 

distant sunlit lawn is seen; a summer-house and shrub- 
bery at the left. 

H. 19! in. W. 25! in. Canvas. Signed: F.K April 
1894. Bulletin, 1917, p. 8; ill. p. 9. 
Purchase, Reisinger Fund, 1916. 

KAULBACH, Wilhelm von. German; born 1805 at Arolsen, 
Westphalia; died 1874 at Munich, where he had settled 
in 1825. Pupil of the Diisseldorf Academy under Cor- 
nelius and the Munich Academy; worked in Rome and 
in Berlin. 

K161-1 CRUSADERS BEFORE JERUSALEM. (The first 
S. W. crusade reached Jerusalem June 7, 1099. The picture 
Stairway follows Tasso's description in Jerusalem Delivered.) In 
the center is a shrine carried by white-robed acolytes 
preceded by priests. The commander, Godefroy de 
Bouillon, mounted on a white horse, offers the crown of 
the Holy Land to Christ who appears above; among 
the crusaders at the right are Boemund and Tancredi, 
Peter the Hermit kneels in the foreground, and at the 
left are Armida and her knight Rinaldo. This picture 
is a study (or replica) of one of the six wall paintings 
executed by Kaulbach and his assistants for the stair- 
case of the New Museum at Berlin. 
H. 62! in. W. 74^ in. Canvas. Signed: W. Kaulbach, 
Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

KENDALL, W. Sergeant. American; born 1869 at Spuyten 
Duyvil, N. Y.; lives at New Haven, Conn. Pupil of Penn- 
sylvania Academy of the Fine Arts under Eakins; Art 
Students' League of New York; Ecole des Beaux-Arts, 
Julian Academy, and Luc Olivier Merson in Paris. 
Director, Yale School of the Fine Arts. 

K33-1 THE SEER. A lady dressed in black is seated in a 
Gallery round-backed wicker chair on which stands a little girl 
13 who wears a white dress. The woman's back is toward 

the spectator and her face in profile toward the left; the 
child has her left arm about her mother's neck and faces 
toward the left with a far-away look. 
H. 37 in. W. 30 in. Canvas. Signed: Sergeant Ken- 
dall. Bulletin, 1907, p. 24, ill. 
Purchase, Hearn Fund, 1907. 

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KENDALL— KENT 

K33-2 PSYCHE. A little girl, partly nude, is seated on a bed; 

Gallery a large butterfly rests on her back and a smaller one is 

13 on her brown hair; a yellow drapery falls about her hips 

and with her right hand she holds a violet scarf. 

H. 37t¥ iri- W. 29 in. Canvas; oval. Signed: copyright 

1909 Sergeant Kendall. 

Purchase, Hearn Fund, 1909. 



KENSETT, John F. American; born 1818 at Cheshire, Conn.; 
died 1872 at New York City. Studied engraving; 
painted in Europe for seven years. Settled in New York 
in 1848. Landscapes. 



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LANDSCAPES; thirty-eight, some unfinished, the last 
summer's work of the artist. 
Gift of Thomas Kenset.t, 1874. 

LANDSCAPE. A wooded rocky glen occupies the 

foreground and the Hudson River winds through the 

middle distance; beyond rise Dunderberg and Storm 

King with the town of Cornwall at its base. 

H. 32 in. W. 48 in. Canvas. 

Gift of H. D. Babcock in memory of S. D. Babcock, 

1907, 

LAKE GEORGE. The water is in the foreground with 

a rocky shore at the right; small islands are in the middle 

distance and the mountainous shore beyond. 

H. 44 in. W. 66j in. Canvas. Monogrammed: JF.K. 

1869. Bulletin, 191 5, p. 66; ill. p. 69. 

Bequest of Maria De Witt Jesup, from the collection of 

her husband, Morris K. Jesup, 1915. 



KENT, Rockwell. American; born 1882. Pupil of William M. 
Chase, Robert Henri, Hayes Miller, and Abbott Thayer. 

K411-1 MARINE. A viewat Monhegan, Maine; snow-covered 

Gallery ground in front sloping down to a wharf with two fish 

1 5 houses; beyond are a harbor with two men in a green dory, 

a breakwater, a more distant hill, and the open sea. It 

is late afternoon, and the low sun divides the scene into 

bands of cold yellowish lights and deep blue shadows. 

The sky is green fading into orange at the horizon. 

The water is cold green and blue; the effect is icy. 

H. 33I in. W. 44 m. Canvas. Signed: Rockwell Kent 

1907. 

Purchase, Hearn Fund, 191 7. 

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KESSEL— KNELLER 

KESSEL, JoHAN VAN. Dutch; born 1641 (?) at Amsterdam; died 
there 1680. Pupil of Simon de Vos; influenced by Jacob 
Ruisdael. Landscapes. 

K48-1 CANAL IN HAARLEM. A three-arched bridge crosses 
a canal; a row of brick buildings is at the left; a church 
spire rises into a sky filled with dark floating clouds. 
H. 41I in. W. 55I in. Canvas. Signed: J v Kessel. 
Purchase, 1871. 

KNAUS, LuDwiG. German; born 1829 at Wiesbaden; died 1910 
at Berlin, where he had resided many years. Pupil of 
the Diisseldorf Academy under Sohn and Schadow; 
studied in Paris. Figure subjects. 

K72-1 THE HOLY FAMILY. The Madonna is seated with 

Gallery the Child on her lap; a cherub stands at her side and 

18 others hover about her; at the right is St. Joseph holding 

an ass by the bridle; there is a dark landscape background 

with the crescent moon at the right. 

H. 44f in. W. 31I in. Wood. Signed: L. Knaus-1876. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

K72-2 OLD WOMAN AND CATS. A dimly lighted kit- 
Gallery chen with an old woman seated on the hearth in front 
18 of the fire; there is a cat on her lap, another on her 

shoulder, and a cat and kittens are playing on the 
floor. 

H. 26I in. W. 3of in. Canvas. Signed: L. Knaus 1868. 
• Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. « 

K72-3 PEACE. A winged female figure, wearing white dra- 
pery, kneels on a cloud and scatters flowers; below are 
two cupids who play with the falling blossoms. Com- 
panion piece to Victory by Richter (R41-1). 
H. 135 in. W. 68 in. Canvas. Signed: L. Knaus. ^ 
Gift of Jacob H. SchiflF, 1888. 

KNELLER, Sir Godfrey. British (Dutch-English); born 1646 at 
Liibeck; died 1723 at London. Pupil of Ferdinand Bol at 
Amsterdam; Carlo Maratta and Bernini at Rome; went to 
England in 1674 and painted portraits at the court. 

K73-1 LADY MARY BERKELEY. Life-size, to the waist; 

Gallery her low-necked dress is olive gray and trimmed with 

14 white lace; a light violet drapery is over her left shoulder. 

Painted within an oval. Inscribed: Lady Mary Berkeley 

Wife to Tho. Chambers Esq. 

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KNELLER— ROLLER 

H. 29 in. W. 25 in. Canvas. Signed: G Kneller ... 1700. 
Gift of George A, Hearn, 1896, 

KOEKKOEK, Barend Cornelis. Dutch; born 1803 at Middel- 
bourg; died 1862 at Cleves. Pupil of his father, Jan Her- 
manus Koekkoek, and of Amsterdam Academy under 
Schelfhout and Van Os. 

K81-1 WINTER LANDSCAPE; HOLLAND. A frozen canal 
S. W. with skaters at the right; at the left a man and a woman 
Stairway are approaching on a snow-covered road. 

H. 14 in. W. lyyV ^^- Wood. Signed: B.C. Koekkoek 

1833. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard WoUe, 1887. 

K81-2 SUNSET ON THE RHINE. The river is at the extreme 
S. W. right of the picture; in the center is a castle on a hill; 
Stairway in the foreground at the left are trees. 

H.323^% in. W.42f in. Canvas. Signed: B. C. Koek- 
koek 1852. 
Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

KOFFERMANS (or Coffermans, or Coffermaker), Marcellius 
(or Marcellis). Flemish; died 1775. Imitated the fif- 
teenth-century Flemish masters. 

K82-1 ADORATION OF THE SHEPHERDS. The Child on 
the crib, adored by Mary, Joseph, and four shepherds; 
angels above, singing, and the annunciation to the 
shepherds in the distance. 

H. 8| in. W. 5^ in. Wood. Signature indecipherable. 
Gift of J. Pierpont Morgan, 19 17. 

KOLLER, GuiLLAUME. Belgian; born 1829 at Vienna; died 1884 
at Nancy, France. Pupil of Vienna and Diisseldorf Acad- 
emies; worked chiefly at Antwerp and Brussels. 

K83-1 HUGO VAN DER GOES PAINTING THE POR- 
Gallery TRAIT OF MARY OF BURGUNDY. (Hugo van 
19 der Goes, the Flemish painter, died about 1482. Mary 

of Burgundy was the daughter of Charles the Bold 
[1433-1477], Duke of Burgundy, and his first wife, 
Isabella of Bourbon.) A paneled room with tapestries; 
at the right the painter sits at a high red desk; on a 
wooden bench in the center of the picture a lady, wear- 
ing a lavender velvet gown trimmed with ermine, 
holds on her lap the little girl, who wears an embroi- 

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ROLLER — KYLE 

dered white satin dress over a red slip; a greyhound is 
at the left and a man leans over the back of the bench. 
H. 23I in. W. 34 in. Wood. Signed: G. Koller. 
Bequest of Stephen Whitney Phoenix, 188 1. 

KONINCK, Philips. Dutch; born 1619 at Amsterdam; died there 
1688. Pupil of his brother, Jacob Koninck, at Rotter- 
dam and of Rembrandt at Amsterdam. Also etcher. 

K831-2 LANDSCAPE. A bird's-eye-view of a wide expanse of 

Gallery level country with a roadway coming toward the fore- 

26 ground; there is water in the middle distance; heavy 

moving clouds with a break through which the sun shines 

across the road. 

H. 56! in. W. 68| in. Canvas. Signed: P: Koninck 

1649. Bulletin, 1912, p. 11, ill. 

Purchase, Kennedy Fund, 1911. 

KRONBERG, Louis. American; born 1872 at Boston, Mass.; 
lives in Boston. Pupil of Boston Museum School; Laurens 
and Constant in Paris. 

K92-1 THE PINK SASH. A bare room with a girl in a white 

Gallery ballet dress standing in front of a small looking glass; a 

13 pink sash is being tied about her waist by an old lady who 

wears a gray dress and a yellow bonnet. 

H. 30I in. W. 22| in. Canvas. Signed: L. Kron- 

BERG 19*13, 

Purchase, Hearn Fund, 1913. 

KRUSEMAN VAN ELTEN, Hendrik Dirk. American; born 
1829 at Alkamaar, Holland; died 1904 in Paris. Pupil of 
Liest at Haarlem. Settled at New York City in 1865. 
Landscapes. 

K94-1 AUTUMN. In the foreground a quiet stream in which 
tall tree-tops with scant foliage are reflected; meadow- 
lands beyond with figures in the distance. 
H. 38 in. W. 30I in. Canvas. Signed: Kruseman van 

■ Elten, H 

Gift of Mrs. H. D. Kruseman van Elten, 1905. 

KYLE, Joseph. American; born 181 5 in Ohio; died 1863 at 
New York City. Studied in Philadelphia with Thomas 
Sully and later with Bass Otis. Worked in Philadelphia 
and in New York, where he settled about 1848. Portraits. 

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KYLE 

K98-1 PORTRAIT OF A LADY. Bust portrait; elderly lady 
with dark hair parted and drawn over her ears; her dark 
bodice is held at the neck with a simple brooch. 
H. i2| in. W. II in. Canvas, 
Gift of William Magrath, 1895. 

K98-2 PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST. Life-size, bust; he has 
Gallery brown hair and a long brown beard. 
16 H. 17 in. W. 14 in. Canvas; oval. 

Gift of Louise Sherman Kyle, 1906. 



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LA FARGE, John. American; born 18315 at New York City; 
died 1910 at Providence, R. I. Pupil of Couture in Paris; 
William M. Hunt in Boston. Chiefly mural paintings and 
stained glass. 

L13-1 THE MUSE OF PAINTING. Half-life-size, full- 
Gallery length figure of a woman, in a yellow robe, seated on a 
16 knoll and holding a tablet; at the right is a tree with ivy 

hanging from its branches; a river flows across the back- 
ground, with cliffs on the far bank. 
H. 49I in. W. 38I in. Canvas. Signed: LaFarge. 1870. 
Bulletin, 1909, p. 220, ill. 
Gift of J. Pierpont Morgan and Henry Walters, 1909. 

L13-2 THE STRANGE THING LITTLE KIOSAI SAW IN 
THE RIVER. " Kiosai, the famous Japanese painter, 
when a child saw floating in the river swollen by spring 
tides, something he took for the fairy tortoise with long 
hair of his nursery stories. He caught it and found it 
to be a head freshly cut off — some political murder. He 
brought it home to draw from, then wrapping it in the 
written prayers for the dead, gave it honourable water- 
burial." 

H. i2|in. W. i8^in. Water color. Signed: J L F97. 
Purchase, Rogers Fund, 19 17. 

L13-51 IN FRONT OF OUR HOUSE, VAIALA, SAMOA; 

Gallery YOUNG GIRL WEEDING. In the foreground a 

16 partly nude Samoan girl lies full length on the grass in 

the sunlight; a grove of trees is in the middle distance 

with a thatched cottage beyond; blue sea in the distance 

at the left. 

H. 9 in. W. 18 in. Wood. Signed: J LaFarge-Samoa 

-1890-Vaiala. 

Lent by August F. Jaccaci, 1907. 

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LA FARGE — LARGILLIERE 

L13-52 FOUNTAIN IN THE GARDEN— NIKKO. Level 

Gallery foreground with a rock fountain in a pool* beyond is a hill 
16 with shrubbery. 

H. ii| in. W. 9f in. Wood. Signed: LaFarge nikko 

June 1886. 

Lent by Mrs. Michael Gavin, 19 14. 

LAMBERT, Louis Eugene. French; born 1825 at Paris; died 
there 1900. Pupil of Delacroix. Still life and, after 
1870, chiefly cats. 

L17-1 CAT AND KITTENS. An old cat lies at full length 
S. W. upon a red oriental rug; a gray kitten and a white one 
Stairway are in front of her and another peeps over the edge of a 
lady's sewing-basket. 

H. 35I in. W. 29^ in. Canvas. Signed: L. Eug. Lam- 
bert. 
Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

LAMBINET, Emile. French; born 181 5 at Versailles; died 1878 
at Bougival. Pupil of Boisselier, Drolling, and Horace 
Vernet. Landscapes. 

L171-1 LANDSCAPE. Quiet water in the foreground, which 
reflects groups of trees on the far shore; near the water's 
edge are two men and a small boat; farm buildings beyond 
with rolling country in the distance. 
H. 14 in. W. 22| in. Wood. Signed: Emile Lambinet 71. 
Bequest of Maria De Witt Jesup, from the collection of 
her husband, Morris K. Jesup, 191 5. 

LAMI, Louis Eugene. French; born 1800 at Paris; died there 
1890. Pupil of Gros and of Horace Vernet. 

L18-1 INTERIOR OF A MUSEUM. An alcove with visitors 

S. W. looking at the objects. 

Stairway H. I2| in. W. 19I in. Water color. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

LARGILLIERE (or Largillierre), Nicholas de. French; 
born 1656 at Paris; died there 1746. Pupil of Antoine 
Goubeau at Antwerp; Lely in London. Portraits. 

L32-1 MARIE MARGUERITE LAMBERT DE THORIGNY. 

Gallery (i 668-1 701 ; a daughter of Alexandre Bontemps, governor 

20 of thj palace of Versailles; she married in 1682 Claude 

Jean Baptiste Lambert de Thorigny, President de la 

Chambre de Comptes.) Life-size, standing figure, seen to 

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LARGILLlfiRE — LAWRENCE 

the knees; her right hand is extended and water from a 
fountain splashes over her open pahn and falls into a 
basin; on the edge of this a parrot, with dark green and 
brilliant orange plumage, is cracking a nut; she wears an 
elaborate red dress faced with white and the left side is 
of brown velvet; her hair is dressed high with brown rib- 
bon; behind her at the left, a negro boy holds a spaniel; 
the background shows part of a building with a statue. 
H. 55 in. W. 42 in. Canvas. Inscribed: peint par N. 
de Largillierre — 1696. 
Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1903. 

LATHROP, William L. American; born 1859 at Warren, 111.; 
lives at New Hope, Pa. Landscapes. 

L34-1 THE MEADOWS. Marshy foreground with cattle 
Gallery in the middle distance; at the right near the horizon two 

13 bare trees are silhouetted against a luminous sky. 

H. i8i in. W. 26I in. Canvas. Signed: W. LATHROP. 

97. 

Gift of George A. Hearn, 1911. 

LAWRENCE, Sir Thomas. British (English); born 1769 at 
Bristol; died 1830 at London. Pupil of the Ro\'al 
Academy Schools in London. Succeeded Sir Joshua 
Reynolds as Painter in Ordinary to the King; in 1820, 
was elected President of the Royal Academy. Portraits. 

L43-1 LADY ELLENBOROUGH. (Anne Towry married 
Gallery Edward Law, who became the first Baron of Ellenborough ; 

14 she died in 1843.) Life-size, seated figure, seen to below 
the waist; her brown hair is parted and falls in short 
curls; she wears a low-necked, high-waisted, short-sleeved 
white silk dress with a red flower in her belt; she has a 
necklace of twisted seed pearls; a red chair-back shows 
and a red curtain is draped at the right. 

H. 30I in. W. 25j in. Canvas. 
Gift of George A. Hearn, 1906. 

L43-2 REV. WILLIAM PENNICOTT. Life-size, seen to the 
Gallery waist; he has a white wig and wears a black coat and a 
24 narrow white neck-band. 

H. 30 in. W. 25 in. Canvas. Bulletin, 1907, p. 14, ill. 

Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1906. 

L43-3 MISS BARING. (Probably a daughter of Sir Francis 

Gallery Baring.) Life-size, standing figure of a young lady, seen 

14 almost to the knees; her brown hair is parted and falls 

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LAWRENCE — LAWSON 

in short curls; she wears a short-waisted, low-necked 
white satin dress and a pink shawl hangs over her left 
arm; there are tall pink hollyhocks in the foreground at 
the left and a landscape beyond. 
H. 50I in. W. 40 in. Canvas. 
Gift of George A. Hearn, 19 10. 

L43-4 JOHN JULIUS ANGERSTEIN. (1735-1823; an Eng- 
Gallery lish merchant, philanthropist, and art collector. In 1824 
24 the English Government purchased for £60,000 his art 

collection, which formed the nucleus of the National 
Gallery.) Life-size, seated figure, seen to below the 
knees; his left arm rests on a table near an ink-well and 
paper; his right hand is on the arm of the chair which is 
upholstered in red; he wears a black coat, partly but- 
toned, a yellow waistcoat, and gray breeches; a draped 
red curtain is at the right. 

H. 50I in. W. 4of in. Canvas. Bulletin, 191 2, p. 76, ill. 
Gift of Victor G. Fischer, 1912. 

L43-5 LADY ELIZABETH WYNDHAM. (1752-1826; 

Gallery Elizabeth Alicia Maria, daughter of Charles, second Earl 
24 of Egremont, married in 1771 Henry Herbert, later Lord 

Porchester and Earl of Carnarvon.) Life-size, seated 
figure seen to below the knees; she is seated against a tree 
trunk and caresses with both hands a large dog who rests 
his paw on her lap; her low-necked, short-sleeved, short- 
waisted white dress is held by a blue ribbon. 
H. 50 in. W. 38^ in. Canvas. 

Bequest of Maria De Witt Jesup, from the collection of 
her husband, Morris K. Jesup, 191 5. 



LAWSON, Cecil Gordon. British (English), born 185 1 at Wel- 
lington, Shropshire; died 1882 at London. Pupil of his 
father, William Lawson, and of his brother, Wilfred 
Lawson. Landscapes. 

L44-1 LANDSCAPE. In the foreground is a road with a young 
Gallery woman following a flock of sheep that are passing through 
14 a rustic gate toward the right; at the- left is a single 

tree with russet foliage; beyond, a wide expanse of rolling 
country extends to blue hills near the horizon. 
H. 40 J in. W. 60 1\ in. Canvas. Signed: Cecil G. Law- 
son 1876. 
Gift of George A. Hearn, 1910. 

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LAWSON — LE CLERC 

LAWSON, Ernest. American; born 1873 in California; lives in 
New York City. Studied in France. 

L441-1 WINTER. In the foreground is a stream partly choked 
Gallery with ice; in the middle distance at the left is the single 
1 5 span of a bridge which leads toward two red houses which 

are seen through a screen of bare poplars; the far shore of 
the stream and the sloping hillside beyond are covered 
with snow. The picture was painted outdoors in the 
winter of 1914 at Kingsbridge, N. Y., and the water is the 
old Tibbetts Creek which originally fed the Spuyten 
Duyvil Creek, now the Harlem Ship Canal. 
H. 25 in. W. 30I in. Canvas. Signed: E Lawson. 
Bulletin, 1915, p. 81, ill. 
Purchase, Hearn Fund, 191 5. 

LAZARUS, Jacob H. American; -born 1822 at New York City, 
died there 1891. Pupil of Henry Inman. Portraits. 

L45-1 HENRY INMAN. (American painter; see Inman.) 
Standing figure, seen to the waist with the left elbow 
resting on a red covered table; he wears a brown suit 
with a plaid waistcoat and a dark blue tie. 
H. i0i\ in. W. 8| in. Canvas. Signed: J. H. Lazarus. 
Pinx. 
Gift of Mrs. Jacob H. Lazarus, 1893. 

L45-3 JOSEPH W. DREXEL. (1833-1888; born in Phila- 
delphia but lived chiefly in New York City; banker and 
philanthropist; trustee of the Metropolitan Museum) 
Life-size, seated figure, seen to the waist 
H. 30I in. W. 25I in. Canvas. Signed: JHLazarus 1877. 
Gift of Mrs. J. W. Drexel, 1896. 

LECLAIRE, Victor. French) born 1830 at Paris* died there 
1885. Pupil of his brother, Leon Louis Leclaire. Land- 
scapes and flowers. 

L491-1 APPLE BLOSSOMS IN A VASE. 

S, W. H. 26j\in. W. i5|in. Wood. Signed: V. Leclaire 1873. 

Stairway Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

LE CLERC, Jacques Sebastian. French; born 1734 at Paris; 
died there 1785. Pupil of his father, the historical 
painter, Sebastian Le Clerc. 

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LE CLERC— LEIGHTON 

L492-1 THE FLUTIST. Two ladies and a gentleman are seated 
under the trees at the left while before them stands a 
young man playing the flute. 
H. 12 in. W. 9 in. Wood. 
Purchase, 1871. 

LEFEBVRE, Jules. French; born 1834 at Tournan; died 1912 
at Paris. Pupil of Cogniet at Paris. Figure subjects. 

L52-2 GRAZIELLA. (Graziella was a girl of Capri and the 

Gallery heroine of Lamartine's story of that name.) A full- 

17 length figure, seated on a cliff at the right with her face 

in profile against the sky; she wears a light blue dress 

over a white chemisette; the Bay of Naples and Vesuvius 

are suggested in the background. 

H. ySf in. W. 44I in. Canvas. Signed: Jules LeFebvre. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

LEGROS, Alphonse. British-French; born 1837 at Dijon; 
died 191 1 at London, where he had lived since 1864. 
Pupil of Lecoq de Boisbaudran. Was decorator, sculptor, 
and etcher as well as painter. 

L521-1 EDGE OF THE WOODS. A row of half-bare trees 
extends from the foreground at the right to the distance 
at the left; a footpath is at the left of the line of trees 
and a. wooded hillside is beyond at the right; in the fore- 
ground a peasant bends over tying a bundle of twigs; 
hazy atmosphere with the sun showing near the horizon. 
H. 51I in. W. 68^ in. Canvas. Signed: A. Legros 1889. 
Bulletin, 1908, p. 94. 
Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1908. 

LEIBL, WiLHELM. German; born 1844 at Cologne; died 1900 at 
Wurzburg. Pupil of Arthur von Ramberg. Founder of 
German nineteenth-century realism; painted portraits 
and peasant genre subjects. 

L529-1 PEASANT GIRL WITH A WHITE HEAD-CLOTH. 
Gallery Head and shoulders of a young girl. 

19 H. 9I in. W. 9I in. Canvas. Signed: W. Leibl 1S85. 

Bulletin, 1917, p. 6; ill. p. 7. 

Purchase, Reisinger Fund, 191 6. ^ 

LEIGHTON, Frederick, Lord. British (English); born 1830 
at Scarborough; died 1896 at London. Studied drawing 
at Rome under Francesco Meli; painting at the Royal 

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LEIGHTON — LELOIR 

Academies of Berlin, Florence, and Frankfort, and with 
Ary Scheffer in Paris. Also sculptor. 

L53-1 LUCIA. Bust of a young woman with the face in 
Gallery profile to the left; she wears a pale rose- violet bodice. 
18 H. 14I in. W. II in. Canvas. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

L53-2 LACHRYiMAE. (Lachrymac is Latin for tears or sor- 
Gallery row.) A full-length female figure, robed in black, stands 
18 with her head bowed against her arm which rests on a 

fluted white marble column; on top of this is a Greek 
mortuary vase crowned with laurel; about the column are 
blue and purple scarfs, and a reddish one is on the white 
marble terrace beside a hydria (Greek water jar) and a 
kylix (drinking cup); the background consists of dark 
shrubbery and trees through which a bright light ap- 
pears behind the head of the figure. 
H. 62 in. W. 24! in. Canvas. 
Purchase, Wolfe Fund, 1896. 

LELOIR, Alexandre Louis. French; born 1843 ^t Paris; died 
there in 1884. Pupil of his father, J. B. Augusta Leloir. 

L531-1 FEMALE FIGURE. She is seated on the grass with a 
Gallery loose white drapery about her shoulders; a red and brown 
18 velvet robe is about her lower limbs. 

H. 13^ in. W. 9 in. Water color. Signed: Louis Leloir 

1882. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

L531-2 IN HIS CUPS. A guardsman is seated in the courtyard 
S. W. of an inn with one foot across a table; he swings an empty 
Stairway bottle with his right hand and holds a glass in the other. 

H. 20^ in. W. 13I in. Water color. Signed: Louis 

Leloir. -72. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

L531-3 WANDERING MINSTREL; OLD NUREMBERG. 

S. W. Before the door of an inn, a man, wearing a red coat, 
Stairway a blue vest, and a black sugar-loaf hat, stands holding a 

'cello over his shoulder; he looks at a few coins in his 

outstretched right hand. 

H. 19I in. W. i2f in. Water color. Signed: Louis 

Leloir. 1873. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1 887. 

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LELOIR — LELY 

L531-4 CHOOSING THE DINNER. The courtyard of an 
Gallery old house with the cook dressed in white standing against 

17 the doorway and looking at a pheasant held out to him 
by the gamekeeper who is seated on the ground; on the 
stone pavement are a dead duck, a hare, and a heron. 

H. i2jin. W. i8y\in. Canvas. Signed: Louis Leloir. -'72. 
Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

LELOIR, Maurice. French; born 1853 at Paris; lives there. 
Pupil of his father, J. B. Auguste Leloir, and of his 
brother, Louis Leloir. 

L532-1 THE DRINK OF MILK. A country road with a 
S. W. barn at the left; an old man holds an earthenware bowl 
Stairway of milk to the lips of a young woman who wears a yellow 

dress and a black mantle. 

H. i2f in. W. i8| in. Water color. Signed: Maurice 

Leloir 1882. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

L532-2 OPPORTUNITY MAKES THE THIEF. A garden, 
Galler\- with an old gentleman on a ladder picking roses that 

18 climb over a wall at the right; at the foot of the ladder a 
young man has his arm around the waist of a young lady, 
and is stealing a kiss; eighteenth century costumes. 

H. i2f in. W. i8| in. Water color. Signed: Maurice 

Leloir 1882. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

LELY, Sir Pet -r; real name, Peter van der Faes. British (Dutch- 
Englul ); born 1618 at Soest in Westphalia, of Dutch 
parent. ■ died 1680 at London. Pupil of Pieter de Grebber 
in Haan m; influenced by Van Dyck. In 1641 went to 
England; tainted portraits at the court of Charles 11. 

L533-2 SIR WILL:AM temple. (1628-1699; English ambas- 

Gallery sador at Brussels and at The Hague.) Life-size, stand- 

14 ing figure, seen to the knees; his left elbow rests on a 

balustrade and the right hand is held in front of him; 

he wears a black coat with slashed sleeves; a dull blue 

curtain forms the- background at the right. 

H. 47f in. W. 38! in. Canvas. 

Gift of George A. Hearn, 1897. 

L533-3 NELL GWYNNE. (1650-1687; a noted English actress. 

Gallery who became the mistress of Charles II.) Life-size, 

24 bust portrait; her brown hair is parted in the center 

and waved; her dark, low-necked dress, edged with 

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LELY — LENBACH 

white, has slipped from the left shoulder disclosing the 

breast. Unfinished. 

H. 26| in. W. 2 if in. Canvas. 

Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1906. 

LE NAIN, The Brothers. French; all three were born at Laon. 
Aisne, and died at Paris. Antoine, i588(?)-i648; Louis, 
called the Roman, i593(?)-i648; Mathieu, i6o7(?)-i677. 
When Antoine settled in Paris his brothers followed him 
and the three worked together for many years. 

L54-1 MENDICANTS. A street scene with a gentleman in 
Gallery a black costume of the seventeenth century, standing 
20 near an archway; at the left stand an old man, an old 

woman with a child strapped on her back, a girl and a boy 
begging; in the foreground at the right kneels an old 
man with beads in his outstretched hands. 
H. 2of in. W- 24! in. Canvas. 
Purchase, 1871. 

LENBACH, Franz von. German; born 1836 at Schrobenhausen 
in Upper Bavaria; died 1904 at Munich. Studied at the 
Munich Academy, and under Grafle and Piloty; settled 
in Munich about 1875. Portraits. 

L542-1 EDWIN EMERSON. (1823-1907; born at New York 
Gallery City; pastor of the Presbyterian Church at Greencastle, 
18 Pa., 1849-1861; professor of philosophy and English 

literature at Troy University, 1861-1863.) Life-size, 
seated figure of an old man, seen to the knees, with both 
hands resting on his cane; he has long white hair and 
beard and wears spectacles; his black hat and coat are 
almost lost in the dark background. 
H. 43 in. W. 33I in. Canvas. Signed: F. Lenbach 
1894. Bulletin, 191 1, p. 123, ill. 
Purchase, Wolfe Fund, 191 1. 

L542-2 PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG WOMAN. Life-size, three- 
quarters length, seated figure, turned three-fourths toward 
the right; dressed in Dutch costume — a red skirt and blue- 
gray bodice — and holding pieces of bread in her hands; 
browa background. 

H. 29! in. W. 23I in. Canvas. Signed: F. Lenbach 
1898. 

Mr. and Mrs. Isaac D. Fletcher Collection. 
Bequest of Isaac D. Fletcher, 1917. 

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LEROLLE — LEUTZE 

LEROLLE, Henry. French; born 185 1(?) at Paris; lives there. 
Pupil of Lamothe. 

L56-1 THE ORGAN REHEARSAL. The interior of a church 
with the organ loft in the foreground at the left; a young 
woman, wearing an olive green dress in the style of about 
1885, stands near the choir railing, singing; behind her at 
the left are seated the organist and five men and women 
members of the choir. 

H. 88f in. W. 143 in. Canvas. Signed: H Lerolle. 
Gift of George I. Seney, 1887. 

LE ROUX, Hector. French; born 1829 at Verdun; died 1900 
at Angers. Pupil of Picot and of the Ecole des Beaux- 
Arts in Paris. 

L561-1 ROMAN LADIES AT THE TOMB OF THEIR AN- 
Gallery CESTORS. A crypt with two busts in a niche above 
17 an altar at the right; in front of this tomb a lady is 

seated and another lady stands behind her; in the farther 
corner of the vault a lamp flickers and a pale light enters 
from the top of a flight of steps at the left. 
H. 19I in. W. 36^^ ^^ Canvas. Signed: Hector Le Roux. 
Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

LESLIE, Charles Robert. British (English, but sometimes 
classed as an American); born 1794 at Clerkenwell, Lon- 
don, of American parents; died 1859 in London. Edu- 
cated in Philadelphia; studied at the Royal Academy 
Schools in London; was professor of drawing at West 
Point in 1833, but spent most of his life in England. 

L562-1 DR. JOHN WAKEFIELD FRANCIS. (1789-1861; 

Gallery first president of the New York Academy of Medicine 

16 and author of Old New York.) Seated figure, seen to 

below the waist; his right hand rests on the arm of his 

red chair and the left is raised to his cheek; he is dressed 

in black with a ruffled white shirt. 

H. 15I in. W. ii§ in. Wood. Signed: C. R. Leslie. 

Gift of John L. Cadwalader, 1896. 

LEUTZE, Emanuel. American; born 1816 at Gmiinde, Wiirtem- 
berg, Germany; died 1868 at Washington, D. C. Pupil 
of John A. Smith in Philadelphia; Lessing in Diisseldorf; 
studied in Munich, Venice, and Rome; settled perma- 
nently in America in 1859, and lived in New York City 
and Washington. 

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LEUTZE — LHERMITTE 

L57-1 WASHINGTON CROSSING THE DELAWARE. 
(December 25, 1776, the Commander-in-Chief of the 
American forces determined to surprise the 1,500 Hessians 
and the British troops intrenched at Trenton.) It is early 
morning and the river is packed with floating ice; in the 
bow of the foremost rowboat stands George Washington 
in yellow knee-breeches, high boots, a dark coat lined with 
yellow, a gray military cloak lined with red, and a black 
cocked hat; his sword hangs at his side and in his right 
hand is a spy-glass; two soldiers behind Washington hold 
an American flag (not adopted until June 14, 1777). 
Beyond at the right are other boats with soldiers. 
H. i49tV in. W. 2561^ in. Canvas. Signed: E Leutze 
Diisseldorf 185 1. 
Gift of John S. Kennedy, 1897. 

L57-2 WORTHINGTON WHITTREDGE. (American land- 
scape painter; see Whittredge.) Life-size, standing por- 
trait, seen to the knees; he wears a fancy costume with a 
neck ruff; a plumed hat is held at the right hip and a 
sword in the left hand. 

H. 57I in. W. 40I in. Canvas. Signed: E. Leutze 1856. 
Gift of several gentlemen, 1903. 

LEYDEN, Lucas van. See Lucas. 

LHERMITTE, Leon Augustin. French; born 1844 at Mont- 
Saint-Pere; lives in Paris. Pupil of Lecoq de Boisbau- 
dran. Peasant subjects. 

L61-1 THE VINTAGE. Three French peasants are working 
in a vineyard; a little yellow-haired boy is seated on the 
ground eating grapes. 

H.99in. W. 82fin. Canvas. Signed: L. Lhermitte 1884. 
Gift of William Schaus, 1887. 

L61-2 AMONG THE LOWLY. A peasant's room with Christ 
Gallery standing back of the table, His hand raised in benediction; 
18 at the left the mother sits with an infant in her arm? and 

three children are standing near her; beyond, in an open 
doorway, stands a man with a boy in his arms; at the right 
an old couple is seated, a young girl stands behind them, 
and in the foreground a child in a red dress and gray 
apron leans against the old woman's knee. 
H. 104! in. W. 90 in. Canvas. Signed: L. Lhermitte 
1905. 
Purchase, Wolfe Fund, 1905. 

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LIE — LINEN 

LIE, Jo,NAS. American; born 1880 in Norway; lives near New 
York City. Pupil of National Academy of Design and 
Art Students' League in New York. 

L62-1 THE CONQUERORS; CULEBRA CUT. A view of 

Gallery the engineering work on the Panama Canal. A steep 

15 cliff is at the right with a line of men working near its 

base; in the hollow of the cut are numerous engines from 

which rise two tall columns of smoke. 

H. 59f in. W. 49I in. Canvas. Signed: Jonas Lie 

Panama 1913. Bulletin, 1914, p. 78, ill. 

Purchase, Hearn Fund, 19 14. 

LIEB, Michael. See Munkacsy. 

LIEBERMANN, Max. German; born 1847 at Berlin; lives there. 
Pupil of Steffeck in Berlin. The representative im- 
pressionist among German painters. 

L621-1 THE ROPEWALK. A scene in Holland. Men are 

Gallery hanging fibre on the twisting rope which is stretched 

19 along a path; trees are at the right and in the bright 

sunlight at the left is a green bank with a narrow stream 

beyond. 

H. 39[J in. W. 28 in. Canvas. Signed: M Lieber- 

mafi 1904. Bulletin, 1917, p. 6; ill. p. 8. 

Purchase, Reisinger Fund, 1916. 

LINDENSCHMIT, Wilhelm, the Younger. German (Munich); 
born 1829 at Munich; died there 1895. Pupil of Munich 
Academy, Stadel Institution in Frankfort, and Antwerp 
Academy. Historical painter. 

L64-1 THE PROTEST OF LUTHER. (In 1517 Pope Leo 
X tried to raise funds for the rebuilding of St. Peter's 
at Rome by the sale of indulgences. Luther protested 
against this practice and was excommunicated from the 
Catholic Church. This led to the establishment of the 
sect known as the Protestants.) A church interior with 
Luther ascending a few red carpeted steps toward a 
table where monks are receiving gifts of money and jew- 
elry from richly dressed men and women. 
H. 23 in. W. 30^ in. Canvas. Signed: W. Linden- 
schmit. 
Gift of William E. Dodge, 1903. 

LINEN, George. American; born 1802 at Greenlaw, Scotland; 
died 1888 at New York City. Pupil of the Royal Scot- 

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LINEN — LlPPf 

tish Academy at Edinburgh; settled in New York City 
in 1843. Portraits. 

L641-1 COLONEL WILLIAM POPHAM. (1752-1847; born 

Gallery in Ireland; came to America in 1761; served as aide to 

16 General Clinton; elected President of the Society of 

Cincinnati at the age of ninety-two.) An old man, seated, 

seen to the knees; his spectacles are held in his right 

hand and the left one rests on a white handkerchief on his 

knee; an open book is on a table at the right; the Order 

ofCincinnati hangs from a ribbon on the lapel of his coat. 

H. i2-in. W. 9I in. Canvas. 

• Gift of Samuel P. Avery, 1897.- 

LINGELBACH, Johannes. Dutch; born 1622 at Frankfort-- 
on-the-Main; died 1674 at Amsterdam, where he had 
settled about 1650. Genre and military subjects. 

L642-1 BATTLE SCENE. In the foreground is a cavalry 
charge where men and horses are being overthrown; 
on a hill in the middle distance is a round fort, and 
beyond, an arched bridge leading toward the city at the 
left. At one time this picture was erroneously called 
Sobieski defeating the Turks before Vienna, but this 
battle did not take place until 1683. 
H. 44f in. W. 63^^ iri- Canvas. Signed: I. Ling- 
ELBACH fe i67-(?). 
Purchase, 1871. 

L642-2 DANCE OF PEASANTS. In the foreground peasants 
are dancing to the music of a bagpipe; at the left is 
an old house; the trunk of a large tree occupies the center 
of the canvas; mountains are in the distance at the right. 
H. 26I in. W. 29I in. Canvas. Signed: I. Lingelbach, 
i65-(?). 
Purchase, 1871. 

LIPPI, Filippino. Ita'ian (Florentine); born about 1457 at 
Florence; died there 1504. Son of Era Filippo Lippi; 
pupil of Era Diamante who had been his father's assistant 
and of Botticelli. 

L66-1 VIRGIN AND CHILD WITH SAINT JOSEPH AND A 

Gallery CHILD ANGEL. The Virgin is seated and holds the 

37 partly nude Child, who stands on her right knee; St. 

Joseph stands at the right and a child angel at the left; 

two diminutive, diaphanous cherubs hold a veil back of 

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LIPPI — LIPPl 

the Virgin's head and against the columns of an arched 
colonnade through the openings of which are seen a land- 
scape with ruins, rocks, and distant sea and hills. 
H. 22 in. W. 15 in. Tempera on canvas, transferred 
from wood. 
Bequest of Benjamin Altman, 1913. 

School of Filippino Lippi. 

L66S-1 DESCENT FROM THE CROSS. The body of Christ 
Gallery is being taken down from the cross by three men who 
30 stand on ladders that lean against the cross; Mary Mag- 

dalen clings to the base of the cross; at the left the Virgin 
is supported by three women ; in the immediate foreground 
the nails lie on a white cloth. The general composition 
is that of the altarpiece begun by Filippino and finished 
by Perugino, which is now in the Florence Academy. 
H. 22 in. W. i6in. Tempera on wood. Bulletin, 1912, 
p. 216, ill. 
Purchase, Kennedy Fund, 19 12. 

LIPPI, Fra Filippo. Italian; born 1406 (?) at Florence; died 1469. 
Pupil, perhaps, of Lorenzo Monaco, influenced by Masac- 
cio and Fra Angelico. In his eighth year he was placed 
in the convent of the Carmelites, in whose church, soon 
after 1423, Masaccio was painting his renowned frescoes. 
When about twenty-five he left the convent so as to 
be free to practise his art. In 1454-65 he painted his 
great series of frescoes in the cathedral of Prato. 

L661-1 FOUR SAINTS. The four saints are — below, kneeling, 
Gallery St. Louis of Toulouse at left in pink cloak, white robe, and 
30 white and gold mitre; St. Benedict at right in gray-black 

habit, holding a book bound in red : standing, St. Augustine 
at left with a dark green cloak and white robe; and St. 
Francis at the right in a brown habit. The background is 
lavender and the floor is salmon-red. The painting has 
been much injured by damp and heat, only the central part 
about the heads of the two kneeling saints being in good 
condition. The head of St. Francis has quite disappeared. 
It was the right-hand panel of an unknown altarpiece 
and dates, according to Osvald Siren, from about 1460. 
H. 56I in. W. 39I in. Tempera on wood transferred to 
canvas. Bulletin, November, 1918, p. 232. ill. 
Purchase, Rogers Fund, 191 7. 

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LOCK WOOD — LONG HI 

LOCKWOOD, Wilton. American; born 1861 at Wilton, Conn.; 
died 1914 at Boston, Mass. Pupil of John La Farge; 
studied in Paris. Chiefly portraits. 

L81-1 PEONIES. Full-blown pale pink flowers in a green bowl. 
Gallery H. 30 in. W. 30I in. Canvas. 
15 Purchase, Hearn Fund, 191 1. 

LOEB, Louis. American; born 1866 at Cleveland, O.; died 1909 at 
Canterbury, N. H. Pupil of Gerome in Paris; spent the 
lasttenyearsofhislifeinNewYorkCity. Also illustrator. 

L82-1 THE TEMPLE OF THE WINDS. On the crest of a 
hill stands a male figure with swirling red drapery; 
two female figures are at the right and on a crag at the 
left are two others, one of whom is calling to a group of 
people in the distance at the extreme left; the hill and 
figures are aglow in the sunset light. 
H. 86i in. W. ii8| in. Canvas. Signed: LOUIS 
LOEB 1897-05. Bulletin, 1906, p. 24, ill. 
. Gift of Daniel Guggenheim, 1905. 

LONGHI, Alessandro. Italian (Venetian); born 1733 at Venice; 
died 1813. Son of the painter, Pietro Longhi; pupil of 
Giuseppe Nogari. Chiefly known as a portrait painter 
but also an engraver; in 1763 published Lives of the 
Modern Venetian Artists with portraits which he en- 
graved. 



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L86-I COUNT CARLO AURELISWI DM ANN? (1750-1799; 
Venetian statesman, held offices in the Venetian navy.) 
Life-size, full-length, standing figure; he wears a scarlet 
coat, white waistcoat embroidered in gold, and dark blue 
knee breeches; a blue sash is over his right shoulder; a 
coat of arms is in the lower right corner. 
H. 90I in. W. 53f in. Canvas. 
Gift of Henry W. Cannon, 191 5. 

LONGHI, Pietro. Italian (Venetian); born 1702 in Venice; died 
• there after 1762 (1785?). At first a pupil of A. Balestra, 
later of G. M. Crespi. Genre subjects and landscapes. 

L861-1 THE LETTER. The workroom of cap-makers with the 

Gallery matron asleep in the foreground at the left; a young 

29 w^oman is receiving a letter from an old crone who stands 

at her side and a middle-aged man is entering at the right; 

in the foreground a little girl is dressing a doll; on the 

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LONGHT — LOOP 

tables are papier-mache models of heads and pieces of 

material hang on a line stretched across the room. One 

of a series of nine pictures by Longhi owned until a few 

years ago by the family of Count Miari in Padua. 

H. 24I in. W. 19! in. Canvas. Bulletin, 1914, p. 75; 

ill. p. 77. 

Purchase, Hewitt Fund, 1912. 

L861-2 THE VISIT. A lady dressed in pink is seated in the- 

Gallery center of a room, a priest is seated beside her at the right,, 

29 and at the left in the foreground sits a young man who ' 

stoops to play with a little dog; two gentlemen stand back- 

of them. This belongs to the same series as L86i-r. 

H. 24I in. W. 19! in. Canvas. Bulletin, 1914, p. 75;' 

ill. p. 77. 

Purchase, Hewitt Fund, 191 2. 

L861-3 THE TEMPTATION. An interior with a gentleman 

Gallery breakfasting at a small table at the left with his servant 

29 beside him; at the right stands a young woman who seems 

to have just entered the room preceded by a man and 

followed by an old woman. One of the same series as 

L861-1. 

H. 24I in. W. 191^ in. Canvas. Bulletin, 1914, p. 75; 

ill. p. 77. 

Gift of J. Pierpont Morgan, 1917. 

L861-51 THE MEETING. An interior with a young lady in a 

Gallery voluminous yellow dress seated in the center and a gentle- 

29 man in a periwig bowing before her; a servant with keys 

stands back of them; beyond at each side is a masked 

couple. One of the same series as L861-1. 

H. 24i^^ in. W. 19! in. Canvas. Bulletin, 1914, p. 75; 

ill. p. 77. 

Lent by Henry Walters, 1914. 

LOOP, Henry A. American; born 1831 at Hillside, N. Y.; died 
1895 at Lake George, N. Y. Settled in New York City 
in 1850; studied there with Henry Peters Gray; Couture 
in Paris. 

L87-1 LOVE'S CROWN. A female figure seated on the bank 
of a pool is being crowned with a wreath of flowers by a 
nude child standing at her side. 

H. 28f in. W. i8f in. Canvas. Signed (twice): H. A. 
Loop 1882. 
Gift of Mrs. Henry A. Loop, 1898. 

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LORENZETTI -LORENZO DI NICCOLO 

LORENZETTI, Pietro. Italian (Sienese); born toward the end of 
the thirteenth century; died 1348 (?). He was the elder 
brother of Ambrogio Lorenzetti. Pupil of Duccio in 
Siena; influenced by Simone Martini and by Giovanni 
Pisano. 

L88-1 SAINT CATHERINE. Half-length, standing figure, 
Gallery seen full-face; she wears a robe of green and gold brocade 
33 and a red mantle hemmed with gold and the neck edged 

with a wide jeweled band; gold background against which 
the crown and halo are tooled; in her right hand is a palm 
branch and the left holds the edge of her mantle. Arched 
top with the corners ornamented in red and black on a 
ground of tin-foil; S. AGNESE, inscribed in the center 
above the arch, refers to the figure which occupied the 
compartment abovethis panel in the unknown altarpieceof 
which it formed a part. When purchased by the Museum, 
the picture was attributed to Ambrogio Lorenzetti, but has 
since been pronounced by Bernhard Berenson as by Pietro. 
H. 26f in. W. i6[|- in. Tempera on wood. Bulletin, 
1914, p. 99; ill. p. 85. 
Purchase, Rogers Fund, 191 3. 

LORENZO DI CREDI. See Credi. 

LORENZO DI NICCOLO. Italian (Florentine); born 1370^ 
died 1440. Son and pupil of Niccolo di Pietro Gerini 
Both were aids to Agnolo Gaddi and to Spinello Aretino* 

• 

L881-1 LIFE OF ST. LUCY. Four predella panels. (St. Lucy 
Gallery was born in Syracuse in the fourth century. For the 
31 incidents of her life see The Golden Legend, vol. II, p. 

130.] Fourteenth-century work. 

L881-1 a. ST. LUCY AT THE SHRINE OF ST. AGATHA. 
St. Lucy in a blue dress and red cloak and her mother in a 
wine-colored mantle are kneeling before the altar; St. 
Lucy has fallen asleep and St. Agatha among angels is 
appearing to her. 

H. io| in. W. i5j in. Tempera on wood. 
Purchase, Rogers Fund, 19 12. 

L881-1 b. ST. LUCY GIVING ALMS. St. Lucy, in the blue 
dress in which she appears throughout the pictures but 
without the red cloak, stands in a room with the poor 
and sick at the right; her mother stands behind her at 
the left. 

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LORENZO DI NICCOLO — LORME 

H. lo in. W. I5|in. Tempera on wood. 
Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1912. 

L881-1 c. ST. LUCY ACCUSED OF CHRISTIANITY. St. 
Lucy stands before Paschasius, the governor, who i^ 
seated on a throne at the left; near the throne stands 
her betrothed who has denounced St. Lucy because she 
devoted her dowry to the poor and renounced mar- 
riage; soldiers are behind her. 
H. 9^ in. W. i5|in. Tempera on wood. 
Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1912. 

L881-1 d. ST. LUCY RESISTING EFFORTS TO MOVE HER. 
Cords are bound about the hands, feet, and body of St. 
Lucy and a double yoke of oxen, prodded by the soldiers 
and rabble, are trying to move her but without suc- 
cess; behind her at the left stand the governor and soldiers. 
H. 10 in. W. 15 in. Tempera on wood. Bulletin, 1912, 
p. 92, all four ill. 
Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1912. 

LORENZO, FIORENZO DI. See Fiorenzo. 

LORENZO IE MONACO. Italian (Florentine); born about 
1370; died 1425 at Florence. Follower of Agnolo Gaddi 
and the Sienese. 

L882-1 MADONNA AND CHILD. The Madonna, seated on 

Gallery a cushion, holds the Child on her left knee; she wears a 

31 black mantle over a violet robe and a light blue scarf 

is over her head and shoulders; the Child wears a light 

blue dress alm.ost hidden by a red cape; at each side a 

small angel with red wings kneels in adoration on a cloud. 

Gold background with a halo around each head. 

H. 35I in. W. 22I in. Tempera on wood. Bulletin, 

1909, p. 141, ill. 

Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1909. 

LORENZO, PiERO DI. See Piero di Cosimo. 

LORME, Anton de. Dutch; was living at Rotterdam about 
1640 and was still alive in 1660. Painted interiors of 
Dutch churches; the figures are often by Terborch and 
other contemporaries. 

L8cri INTERIOR OF A CHURCH. The transept of a 
Gallery Gothic church with people in contemporary dress 
26 listening to a preacher who stands in the pulpit. The 

figures were painted by Gerard Terborch. 

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LORME — LUCAS VAN LEYDEN 

H. 25I in. W. 32 in. Canvas. 
Purchase, 1871. 

LORRAIN, Claude le. See Claude. 

LOTTO, Lorenzo. Italian (Venetian); born about 14(80. prob- 
ably at Venice; died 1556 at Loreto. Pupil of Alvise 
Vivarini; influenced by Giovanni Bellini and Giorgione. 
Portraits and altarpieces. 

L91-1 PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG MAN. Standing figure, 

Gallery seen to below the waist; both hands are in front holding 

30 his black coat; at the left is a table with a blue cloth 

striped in red and black, upon which rests a skull; a 

draped green velvet curtain forms the background. 

H. 28I in. W. 2o| in. V/ood. Bulletin, 1906, p. 73. 

Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1906. 

LOW, Will H. American; born 1853 ^t Albany, N. Y.; lives 

at Bronxville, near New York City. Pupil of ficole 

des Beaux-Arts in Paris under Gerome and Carolus- 
Duran. 

L95-1 AURORA. A woman with auburn hair is looking into 
the f>ool of a marble fountain; both hands hold her 
transparent drapery on her right shoulder; shrubbery 
and a column form the background. 
H. 53 in. W. 33^ in. Canvas. Signed: 1894 WILL 
H LOW. 
Gift of William T. Evans, 1895. 

LUCAS VAN LEYDEN; real name Lucas Jacobsz. Dutch; 
born 1494 at Leyden; died there 1533. Pupil of his 
father, Huygh Jacobsz, and of Cornelius Engelbrechtsen. 
Also engraver. 

L96-1 CHRIST PRESENTED TO THE PEOPLE. A public 
square; at the left is a raised platform where Christ is 
seen with several men, two of whom draw aside His 
purple robe; in the foreground are groups of people in 
richly colored costumes; the windows of the houses 
around the square are filled with spectators. Attributed 
to Lucas van Leyden. 

H. 1 1 in. W. 18 in. Canvas on wood. Two wax seals 
on the back partly cover an old inscription: Lucas van 
Leyden 1530. 
Gift of Henry G. Marquand, 1888. 

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LUCAS VAN LEYDEN — LUKS 

L96-2 JOSEPH EXPOUNDING PHARAOH'S DREAM(?). 

Gallery At the right is an ornate open porch with a niche where 
34 an old man, holding a sceptre, is seated on a throne; before 

him stands a young man who is talking; about these two 
figures are numerous soldiers and courtiers. According 
to tradition this picture is one of a series of tempera 
paintings on linen, illustrating the story of Joseph. 
Formerly called Our Saviour Carried Before Pontius 
Pilate, and later Joseph's Coat. Attributed to Lucas 
van Leyden. 

H. 67! in. W. 57j in. Water color on linen. 
Gift of Henry G. Marquand, 1888. 

LUCIANI, SEBASTIANO. See Sebastiano del Piombo. 

LUCY, Charles. British (English); born 1814 at Hereford; 
died 1873 at London. Pupil of the Ecole des Beaux- 
Arts in Paris under Paul Delaroche; later of the Royal 
Academy Schools in London. Historical subjects. 

L961-1 LORD NELSON IN THE CABIN OF THE VICTORY. 
(Horatio Nelson, born in 1785, was in command at the 
battle of Trafalgar^ the greatest British naval victory 
of the Napoleonic wars, and died on board the Victory 
during the battle, October 21, 1805.) Life-size, full- 
length figure, seated at a desk facing a porthole; 
his head rests on his left hand and the empty right 
sleeve is fastened across his breast; on the desk are a 
letter, writing materials, a telescope, etc.; his sword rests 
against a chest in the foreground. 

H. 78 in. W. 60^ in. Canvas. Signed: C. Lucy pt. 
London 1853. 
Gift of J. Pierpont Morgan, 1900. 

LUKS, George Benjamin. American; born 1867 at Williams- 
port, Pa.; lives in New York City. Pupil of Pennsylvania 
Academy of the Fine Arts and Diisseldorf Academy; studied 
in Paris and London. Portraits and contemporary 
subjects. 

L962-51 THE PAWNBROKER'S DAUGHTER. .A girl with 

Gallery red hair, in a yellowish gray dress, seen to below the waist, 

12 holds with both hands a platter on which stands a dark 

blue-green vase. 

H. 30 in. W. 26J in. Canvas. Signed: George Luks. 

Lent by Edward W. Root, 1919. 

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MABUSE, JAN GOSSAERT VAN; known also as Jean de Man- 
beuge, Malbodius de Mauberge, and by his Latin signa- 
ture Johannes Malbodius. Flemish; born about 1470 at 
Mabuse in Hainault; died 1541 at Antwerp. Pupil of 
Quentin Massys. 



Mi-i 

Gallery 

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Ml-2 

Gallery 
34 



ADAM AND EVE. In the foreground are two nude 
figures each leaning against a tree; foliage above and 
in the distance a valley with a winding river. 



H. 18I in. W. 



I2| in. 



Wood. Bulletin, 1910, p. 77, ill. 



Gift of Mrs. Stanford White, 1910. 

MADONNA AND CHILD. Seated figure of the Ma- 
donna seen to the knees; she wears a blue robe, and the 
Child, who is seated on her lap, has a loose white garment. 
H. 17! in. W. 131 in. Wood. 
Gift of J. Pierpont Morgan, 191 7. 



MacCAMERON, Robert. American; born 1866 at Chicago; died 
19 12 at New York City. Pupil of Gerome and Collin in 
Paris. 

M12-1 THE DAUGHTER'S RETURN. The corner of a 
restaurant with three figures seated at a table on which 
are two glasses and a pitcher; the young woman is at 
the left and her head rests on her left hand; beyond, an 
older woman sits with hands clasped on her lap; an old 
man is seated in the foreground at the right with both 
hands on the table. 

H. 39I in. W. 55 in. Canvas. Signed: R. MACCAMERON 
1909. 
' Gift of Mrs. Benjamin S. Guinness, 191 o, 

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MacCAMERON — MAES 

M12-2 AUGUSTE RODIN. (Born 1840; died 1918; French 

Floor I sculptor.) Life-size, standing figure, seen to below the 

Gallery waist; in his right hand he holds a bronze copy of his 

13 statue, The Thinker; he has a flowing blond beard and 

ruddy complexion. 

H. 39I in. W. 32 in. Canvas. Signed: R. MacCAM- 
ERON Paris Sept. 1910. 
Gift of J. Pierpont Morgan, 1912. 

McENTEE, Jervis. American; born 1828 at Rondout, N. Y.; 
died there 1891. Pupil of F. E. Church; worked chiefly 
in New York City. Landscape painter. 

Ml 5-1 AUTUMN LANDSCAPE WITH FIGURES. Boys 

Gallery and girls are playing beside a brook which flows across 

16 the picture toward the foreground at the left; dull grav 

sky with a bright light near the horizon. 

H. 24I in. W. 42I in. Canvas. Signed: J M Entee 

1875. Bulletin, 1913, p. 89, ill. 

Purchase, Lazarus Fund, 1913. 

MADRAZO, Raymundo de. Spanish; born 1841 at Rome; lives 
in Paris. Pupil of his father, Federico de Madrazo, 
who was painter to the Court of Spain and Curator of 
the Madrid Art Gallery; studied also at the Ecole des 
Beaux-Arts in Paris under Leon Cogniet. 

M26-1 GIRLS AT A WINDOW. Two young women leaning 
Gallery out of a window and looking down to the street; the 
18 costumes are of about 1875. 

H. 28I in. W. 23! in. Canvas. Signed: R. Madrazo. 
Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

M26-3 SAMUEL P. AVERY. (1822-1904; a trustee of the 
Museum from 1872 until his death.) Life-size, almost 
to the waist; he has a blond beard. 
H. 24 in. W. i9i\ in. Wood. Inscribed: a Mr. Avery 
— R. Madrazo 1876. 
Gift of the family of Samuel P. Avery, 1904. 

MAES, NicoLAES. Dutch; born 1632 at Dordrecht; died 1693 at 
Amsterdam. Pupil of Rembrandt at Amsterdam, where 
he had settled in 1673. Portraits and genre. 

M261-1 PORTRAIT OF A WOMAN. Life-size, seated figure 

Gallery of a Dutch matron, seen to the knees; her hands rest 

26 one upon the other, the left one holding a closed fan; 

she wears a small black cap, a black dress with white 

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linen collar fitted over the shoulders, and full white 

undersleeves; in the background a dark gray curtain is 

drawn showing a landscape through the window at the 

right. 

H. 44 in. W. 35^ in. Canvas. Bulletin, 1906, p. 73. 

Purchase, Rogers fund, 1906. 

M261-2 ADMIRAL JACOB BINKES. (A Dutch admiral who 
Gallery was killed in 1676 by the explosion of a bomb when his 
26 vessel was in the harbor of Tabago, Philippine Islands.) 

He is seen to the waist and wears polished steel armor; 
a pistol is held in his right hand and the left rests on his 
casque, which has a red plume; in the background at 
the left is a view of ships. In original frame, probably 
by Jan Lutma, Rembrandt's framemaker. Painted 
within an oval. 

H. 17! in. W. 121 in. Canvas. Signed: Maas. 
Gift of J. Pierpont Morgan, 191 1. 

M261-3 THE BETROTHED OF ADMIRAL BINKES. (A 
Gallery Dutch inscription on the back indicates that this is a 
26 portrait of Eugenie Rotterdam, betrothed of Jacob 

Binkes, who was overtaken by death before the marriage; 
she later married Pieter D'Orville and died at Amster- 
dam, January 20, 1704.) She is seen to the waist and 
wears a white dress trimmed with yellow; a violet-red 
scarf is about her shoulders and a string of pearls is on 
her blond hair; a tree is immediately behind the figure 
and there is a view of the sea at the right. Painted 
within an oval. 

H. i7jin. W. 13 in. Canvas. Signed: Maes 1676 (?). 
Gift of J. Pierpont Morgan, 191 1. 

M261-4 YOUNG GIRL PEELING APPLES. In a bare room 

Gallery with gray walls a young woman, dressed in red, is seated 

39 beside a table, covered with a red and black rug, on which 

is a dish of apples; some of the fruit is on a towel on her 

lap and at her left is a pail. 

H. 2iiin. W. 18 in. Wood. 

Bequest of Benjamin Altman, 1913. 



MAGRATH, William. American; born 1838 in Ireland; died 
1918. Genre. 

M27-1 ON THE OLD SOD. An Irish farmer standing on a 
hillside; his hands are folded behind him and a stick is 
under his left arm; he smokes a short clay pipe. 

185 



MAGRATH-MAITRE DE FLEMALLE 

H. 38f in. W. 28in. Canvas. Signed: W. MAG RATH- 
Gift of William Carr, 1887. 

MAIGNAN, Albert. French; born 1846 at Beaumont-sur- 
Sarthe; died 1908 at Saint-Prix. Pupil of Luminais 
in Paris. Historical and allegorical subjects. 

M28-1 L'ATTENTAT DANAGNl. (Boniface VIII, a native 
of Anagni, was elected Pope in 1294; Philip the Fair of 
France resisted his authority and compelled him to take 
refuge in his native town. The picture represents 
the moment when Boniface says to his assailants: "Here 
is my neck; here is my head; strike; but I will die Pope." 
Boniface was thrown into prison and, though liberated 
by the people of Anagni, died within a month.) The 
Pope in white robes stands in front of his throne at 
the top of a flight of red carpeted stairs; a few steps 
below, a knight who threatens him stands with his back 
toward the spectator; in the foreground at the foot of 
the steps are soldiers and populace. 
, H. 116^ in. W. 84! in. Canvas. Signed: ALBERT 
MAIGNAN 1877. 
Gift of Wallis and Son, 1883. 

MAINARDI, Sebastiano de Bartolo. Italian; born about 1450 
at San Gimignano; died I5i3(?) probably in Florence. 
Pupil and assistant of his brother-in-law, Domenico 
Ghirlandaio. 

M281-1 VIRGIN AND CHILD WITH ANGELS. The Virgin, 
Gallery wearing a red robe and blue cloak, is seated in the center 
37 with head bowed and hands joined in adoration of the 

nude Child, who is seated on a red cushion on her right 
knee; He is supported by an angel in a violet robe and at 
the right an angel in a yellow robe stands with arms 
folded; back of the Madonna is a strip of red brocade and 
on each side are glimpses of landscape. 
Circular; diameter, 38^ in. Tempera on canvas, trans- 
ferred from wood. 
Bequest of Benjamin Altman, 1913. 

MAITRE de FLEMALLE. ROBERT CAMPIN. Flemish; 
fifteenth century. His name comes from the fact that 
one of his works, now at the Stadel Institute at Frankfort, 
was originally in the old Flemish Abbey of Flemalle; a 
contemporary of Jan Van Eyck, the founder of the 
school of Tournai. 

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MAlTRE DE FLEMALLE — MANET 

M282-1 VIRGIN AND CHILD WITH ANGELS. The Virgi'n 

Gallery stands in the apse of a Gothic church and suckles the 

34 Child; she wears a long white mantle over a blue tunic; 

on each side is an angel playing on a musical instrument. 

This composition is known as the Virgin of Salamanca; 

there are several replicas. 

H. lyf in. \V. 13I in. Canvas, transferred from wood. 

Bulletin, 1906, p. 28. 

Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1906. 

MAKART, Hans. Austrian; born 1840 at Salzburg; died 1884 
at Vienna. Pupil of Vienna Academy under Ruben; 
Munich Academy under Piloty. 

M285-1 THE DREAM AFTER THE BALL. Life-size, full- 
Gallery length, seated figure of a woman with her hair falling 

18 about her bare shoulders; she wears a loose white gar- 
ment; in the foreground two cupids are using arrows to 
fasten red hearts on her green velvet gown. 

H. 62! in. W. 37^\ in. Canvas. Signed: Hans Makart. 
Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

M285-2 DIANA'S HUNTING PARTY. Diana, wearing a 
red robe, stands on the shore of a lake; her raised right 
arm holds a dart which she is preparing to hurl at a 
stag swimming across the water in the foreground; the 
goddess is surrounded by nymphs and hunting dogs and 
behind them is a dense forest; in the immediate fore- 
ground are several bathers. 

H. 168 in. W. 372 in. (sight.) Canvas. Signed. 
Gift of Mrs. Ellen Josephine Banker, 1888. 

MANCINI, Antonio. Italian; born 1852 at Narni in Umbria; 
lives in Rome. Pupil of Domenico Morelli and of 
Stanislao Lista at Naples; influenced by Monticelli. 
Portraits and genre. 

M31-1 CIRCUS BOY. Life-size, full-length, standing figure, 
Gallery leaning against the rope of a canvas tent; he v/ears a 

19 dull rose satin coat, white silk waistcoat, red and black 
checked trunks, white stockings, and red slippers. 
H,59fin. W.28jin. Canvas. Signed: A. Mancini 1872. 
Bequest of Mrs. Elizabeth U. Coles, 1892. 

MANET, Edouard. French; born 1832 at Paris; died there 1883. Pu- 
pil of Couture; influenced by Velazquez, Hals, and Goya. 

187 



MANET — MANTEGNA 

M311-1 BOY WITH A SWORD. Life-size, full-length figure 

Gallery of a boy, walking toward the right, who clasps a large 

21 sword in his arms; he wears a black suit, broad white 

collar, and blue stockings; brownish background. 

H. 5if in. W. 36f in. Canvas. Signed: Manet 1861. 

Gift of Erwin Davis, 1889. 

M311-2 WOMAN WITH A PARROT Life-size, standing 

Gallery figure of a woman, wearing a loose pink gown; she 

21 holds a bunch of violets to her face and her left hand 

plays with the cord of a monocle; a gray-green parrot 

with red tail feathers is on a perch at the right. 

H. 72I in. W. 5of in. Canvas. Signed: Manet. 

Gift of Erwin Davis, 1889. 

M311-3 THE FUNERAL. A view of Paris. In the foreground 

Gallery is a park (Montsouris?) through which a funera! is 

21 passing; in the distance is the hill of Sainte Genevieve 

with ihe Pantheon and other buildings. 

H. 28f in. W. 35I in. Canvas. Inscribed: Certifie 

d'Ed. Manet -Vve Manet. Bulletin, 1910, p. 123, ill. 

Purchase, Wolfe Fund, 1909. 

M311-51 THE DEAD CHRIST WITH ANGELS. Life-size, 

Gallery nude figure of the dead Christ, seated' on a white cloth 

21 and supported by two angels; they have dull blue and 

gray wings; the one at the right is dressed in yellow and 

the other in reddish brown. Inscribed: e'vang. set. St. 

Jean Chap, xx v.xii. 

H. 70 in. W. 58! in. Canvas. Signed: Manet. 

Lent anonymously, 1909. 

MANFREDI, Bartolommeo. See Bartolo di Fredi. 

MANTEGNA, Andrea. Italian (Paduan); born 143 1 at or near 
Vicenza; died 1506 at Mantua. Pupil and adopted son 
of Squarcione at Padua; influenced by study of antique 
sculpture, by Donatello, and by his brothers-in-law, the 
Bellini. 

M313-1 THE HOLY FAMILY. The Virgin, seated and seen 
Gallery to the knees, holds the nude Child, who stands with one 
37 foot on a white cushion on her lap; the figures of St. 

Joseph at the left and Mary Magdalen at the right are 
cut by the frame; dark background with yellow fruit and 
leaves. There is close resemblance between this picture 
and a Mantegna in the Dresden Gallery, where St. 

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MANTEGNA — MARCHAL 

Elizabeth takes the place of the Magdalen. Our picture 
is perhaps the one mentioned in 1674 by Boschini as being 
in the Hospital for Incurables at Venice. 
H. 22^ in. W. i8in. Tempera on canvas. 
Bequest of Benjamin Altman, 1913. 

MARATTA, Carlo; sometimes spelt Maratti. Italian (Roman); 
born 1625 at Camurano in the Marches of Ancona; died 
1 71 3 at Rome. Pupil of Andrea Sacchi at Rome; influ- 
enced by Guido Reni, the Garracci, and Raphael. 

M32-1 POPE GLEMENT IX. (1600-1669; Giulio Rospigliosi 
Gallery became Pope in 1667 under the name of Glement IX.) 
29 Life-size, standing figure, seen to the waist; his right 

hand rests on a closed breviary; he wears a white 
surplice, a red velvet cape edged with ermine, and a red 
biretta. This portrait is a replica of a full-length seated 
portrait of Glement IX by Maratta in the Hermitage 
at St. Petersburg. 
H. 37I in. W. 29I in. Ganvas. 
Gift of Archer M. Huntington, 1891. 



MARGHAL, Gharles. French; born 1825 at Paris; died there 
1877. Pupil of Drolling and F. Dubois. 

M33-1 EVENING IN ALSAGE. An old man is seated at a 
S. W. harrow drawn by a yoke of oxen which are moving 
Stairway toward the hills in the distance; in the foreground is a 

pile of burning brush; bright sunset sky. 

H. 36^ in. W. 57I in. Ganvas. Signed: Gharles Mar- 

chal 1873. 

Bequest of Gatharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

M33-2 MORNING IN ALSAGE. A man is ploughing with a 
S. W. yoke of oxen turned away from the spectator; in the 
Stairway foreground there are blackbirds in the newly turned 

furrow. 

H. 36^ in. W. 57! in. Ganvas. Signed: Gharles Mar- 
,chal 1873. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

M33-3 THE GREY LADY. Half life-size figure of a young 

Gallery lady, seen in profile to the right. Before a small table 

19 on which are skeins of yarn and knickknacks, she stands 

sewing a piece of embroidery; her costume is of the 

'seventies: gray paneled wall for background. 

189 



MARCHAL — MARIS ' 

H.43^in. W. iQjin. Canvas. Signed: Charles Marchal. 
Gift of Mrs. Clara B. Obrig, in memory of her husband 
Adolph Obrig, 191 7. 

MARCKE, Emile van. French; born 1827 at Sevres; died 1890 
at Hyeres. Pupil of Troyon. Cattle painter. 



M332-1 
Gallery 

17 



M332-2 



THE MILL. A landscape with an old mill at the left 

and trees at the right; cattle are in the foreground with a 

dun cow wading in the mill stream and others grazing 

beyond; there are stormy gray clouds. 

H. 59^ in. W. 79^ in. Canvas. Signed: Em. Van 

Marcke. 75. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 



LANDSCAPE WITH CATTLE. Two cows standing 

in a shallow stream; an apple tree in blossom to the left. 

H. 29! in. W. 36yV in- Canvas. Signed: Em van 

Marcke. 

Mr. and Mrs. Isaac D. Fletcher Collection. 

Bequest of Isaac D. Fletcher, 1917. 



MARIS, Jacob. Dutch; born 1837 at The Hague; died 
1899 at Carlsbad, Germany. Pupil of Huib van Hove, 
J. Stroebel, and Louis Meyer; studied at the Antwerp 
Academy and at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris. 

M335-1 CANAL IN HOLLAND. There are houses at the right; 

Gallery a boat is in the foreground; at the left is a roadway 

18 where a woman, carrying two pails on a yoke, is walking 

toward a bridge which spans the canal in the middle 

distance; beyond at the left are houses. 

H. 14I in. W. 17I in. Water color. Signed: J. Maris. 

Purchase, Wolfe Fund, 1895. 

MARIS, Matthys. Dutch; born 1839 at The Hague; died at 
London 191 7. Studied at The Hague Academy, the 
Antwerp Academy, and in Paris. 

M336-1 REVERIE. A young girl with light brown hair falling 

Gallery over her shoulders and wearing a dull blue dress, is seated 

20 with a distaff on her lap; she leans forward and looks at 

a black and white cat on the floor at the left of the 

picture. 

H. I2in. W. 9|in. Canvas. Monogrammed: MM. 75. 

Bequest of Mrs. Elizabeth U. Coles, 1892. 



190 



MARR — MARTIN 

MARR, Carl. American; born 1858 at Milwaukee, Wis.; lives 
in Munich, Germany. Pupil of Weimar Academy under 
Schauss; Berlin Academy under Gussow; Munich Academy 
under O. Seitz and Lindenschmit. 

M34-1 GOSSIP. Two young Bavarian women, wearing blue' 
Gallery and white peasant costumes, are seated in a room, spin- 
19 ning and talking; a table with a white cloth and blue 

dishes and a white curtained window extend across the 

picture; on the window ledge are pots of flowers. 

H. 41 in. W. 64^ in. Canvas. Signed: CARL MARR. 

MUENCHEN. 84. 

Gift of George I. Seney, 1887. 

MARSHALL, William Edgar. American; born 1837 at New York 
City; died there 1907. Studied in Paris. Portraits. Also 
engraver. 

M35-1 THE ARTIST'S MOTHER. (A Scotchwoman, daugh- 

Gallery ter of Lady Charlotte Gordon.) Life-size portrait of an 

16 elderly lady, seen to the waist; her brown hair is parted 

and drawn back; she wears a dark dress with a simple 

white kerchief about her neck. 

H. 27 in. W. 22 in. Canvas. Signed: William E. Mar- 
shall 1865. Bulletin, 1908, p. 12, ill. 
Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1907. 

MARTIN, Homer D. American; born 1836 at Albany, N. Y., 
died 1897 at St. Paul, Minn. Pupil of William M. Hart. 
The greater part of his life was spent in New York City. 
Landscapes. 

M36-1 THE WHITE MOUNTAINS; ADAMS AND JEFFER- 

Gallery SON. In the foreground is the tree-covered top of 

16 Randolph Hill, which is separated by a valley from 

Mount Madison; beyond are the snow-capped peaks of 

Adams and Jefferson; cloudy sky. 

H. 30yV in- W. 50J in. Canvas. Signed: H. D, Mar- 
tin 1868. (Repainted by Martin in his later manner.) 
Gift of William T. Evans, 1891. 

M36-2 HARP OF THE WINDS; A VIEW ON THE SEINE. 

Gallery A row of tall poplars on the flat shore in the middle 

12 distance is reflected in the river which is in the foreground 

at the right; a strip of sandy shore and a steep bank 

are at the left; in the distance a town is at the river's 

edge. 

191 



MARTIN — MASSYS 

H. 28f in. W. 4of in. Canvas. Signed: H D Martin 

1895. 

Gift of several gentlemen, 1897. 

M36-3 SAND DUNES, LAKE ONTARIO. A sandy fore- 
Gallery ground with bare trees at the right; a brownish growth 
13 covers the level stretch of ground that extends to the 

water in the middle distance; beyond, at the left, are 

sand dunes in sunlight. 

H. 36 in. W. 6o| in. Canvas. Signed: Homer Martin 

1887. 

Gift of George A. Hearn, 1906. 

M36-4 AUTUMN. In the foreground is a field with stacks of 
corn; beyond is a meadow with woods at the right; the 
sea is in the distance at the left. 
H. i2f in. W. 2of in. Canvas. 
Gift of J. Pierpont Morgan, 1910. 

MARTINI, SiMONE. Italian (Sienese); born about 1283 at 
Siena; died after 1344 at Avignon, where he went in 
1339 to work for the Papal Court. Follower of Duccio; 
influenced by the Pisani. 

School of Simone Martini. 

M361S-1 SAINT PAUL. A standing figure, seen to below the 

Gallery waist; a sword is held upright in his right hand and the 

33 four books of the apostles are in his left; he wears a blue 

robe and a dull violet cloak; the background is gold with 

a trefoil arch within a single Gothic arch. 

H. 35 in. W..16I in. Tempera on wood. 

Gift of Frederic Coudert, 1888. 

MASSYS, Quentin; also spelt Metsys and Messys. Flemish; born 
1460 or 1466 at Louvain; died 1530 at Antwerp, where 
he had lived since about 1490. 

M38-1 ADORATION OF THE KINGS. The Madonna, 
Gallery wearing a blue-green mantle and white turban, is seated 
1 1 at the left and holds the Child upon her lap; the old king, 

wearing a yellow robe and a purple velvet cloak, kneels in 
the immediate foreground; behind him stand the other 
two kings richly attired and each holding a jeweled vessel ; 
beyond appear heads of numerous men crowded about 
the entrance to the open court where the scene takes 
place; the columns are decorated with Renaissance 
arabesques. 

192 



MASSYS — MAUVE 

H. 4o| in. W. 31^ in. Wood. Bulletin, 191 1, p. 228, ill. 
Purchase, Kennedy Fund, 191 1. 

MASTER OF THE HOLZHAUSEN PORTRAITS. See Faber. 

MASTER OF THE LEGEND OF SAINT URSULA. See 
Bruges Master. 

MATHEWS, Arthur F. American; born i860 in Wisconsin; lives 
in San Francisco. Landscapes. 

M42-1 CALIFORNIA LANDSCAPE. A group of trees at the 
right which throw shadows across ,the foreground; 
beyond are plains in sunlight. 

H. 26xV in- W. 29I in. Canvas. Signed: Arthur F. 
Mathews. 
Gift of Henrietta Zeile, 1909. 

MATTEODl GIOVANNI; known also as Matteinoand Matteoda 
Siena. Italian (Sienese); born i43o(?) probably at Siena; 
died there 1495. Perhaps a pupil of Domenico di Bartolo; 
influenced by Vecchietta, Pollaiuolo, and Botticelli. 

M43-1 LEGEND OF CLOELIA. Cassone front. (Cloelia, 
Gallery a Roman virgin, was one of the hostages given to Lars 
31 Porsena by Mucius Scaevola, 508 B. C. She and her 

companions are supposed to have escaped by swimming 
the River Tiber, to have been honorably sent back by the 
Roman Senate, and later released by Porsena for their 
bravery.) At the left are soldiers before whom stand a 
Senator (?) and six young women; in the center of the 
picture the same maidens are swimming a river; at the 
right, two of them having reached the shore are entering 
a walled city (Rome?). Companion pieces representing 
the story of Camilla are in the Johnson and Marks col- 
lections. 

H. 17^ in. W. 45I in. Tempera on wood. Bulletin, 
191 1, p. 194. 
Purchase, Hewitt Fund, 191 1. 

MAUVE, Anton. Dutch; born 1838 at Zaandam; died 1888 at 
Arnhem. Pupil of Pieter Frederik van Os; studied 
at Oosterbeek; lived in 1865 at Amsterdam, later at 
The Hague, and in 1878 settled at Laren. Landscapes 
with animals. 

M441-1 SPRING. A shepherd and his dog stand in the fore- 
ground facing a flock of sheep feeding in a green pasture; 

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MAUVE — MAY 

a row of young trees is in the middle distance at the right. 
H. 22f in. W. 35I in. Canvas. Signed: A Mauve. 
Gift of George I. Seney, 1887. 

M441-2 AUTUMN. A flock of sheep is being driven along a 
road through brown moors; in the foreground the shep- 
herd, with a lamb under his right arm, follows the sheep 
away from the spectator; his dog is at the left. 
H. 26 in. W. 37I in. Canvas. Signed: A Mauve. 
Gift of George I. Seney, 1887. 

M441-3 CHANGING PASTURE. Barren, flat country with a 
Gallery wet road along which approach two cows driven by an 
19 old woman; gray sky. 

H. 24 in. W. 39f in. Canvas. Signed: A Mauve. Bul- 
letin, 1914, p. 253; ill. p. 255. 
Bequest of Benjamin Altman, 191 3. 

M441-4 TWILIGHT. Crepuscule. A flock of sheep, preceded 
Gallery by the shepherd, are going toward the edge of a wood; 
19 gray sky with sunset glow at the horizon. 

H. 25-}f in. W. 17I in. Canvas. Signed: A Mauve. 

Bequest of Benjamin Altman, 191 3. 

M441-5 RETURN TO THE FOLD. A flock of sheep, with the 

Gallery shepherd and his dog at the left, are crossing a ploughed 

19 field going toward the farmhouses which are seen on the 

horizon; the edge of a wood is at the right. 

H. 19I in. W. 33-5 f in. Canvas. Signed: A Mauve. 

Bequest of Benjamin Altman, 191 3. 

MAX, Gabriel. Austrian; born 1840 at Prague; lives in Munich. 
Pupil of his father, the sculptor, Joseph Max, and of 
Piloty. 

M45-1 THE LAST TOKEN; A CHRISTIAN MARTYR. 

Gallery A young woman standing in an arena leans with one 
18 hand against the wall and looks upward; a pink rose lies 

at her feet; a leopard creeps through a grating in the 
wall at the right; in the arena at the left a leopard and 
hyena are fighting. Inscribed: Ein Griis. 
H. 67I in. W. 47 in. Canvas. Signed: Gab. Max. 
Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

MAY, Edward H. American; born 1824 in England; died 1887 at 
Paris. Pupil of Daniel Huntington in New York City, 
Couture in Paris; lived chiefly in Europe. 

194 



MAY — MEISSONIER 

M451-1 MARY MAGDALEN. Life-size figure, lying at full 
length upon the ground with her right arm over a stone; 
in the distance three crosses are relieved against a red sky. 
H. 48 in. W. 77j in. Canvas. Signed: Edwd. H. May. 
Gift of Caroline May, the artist's sister, 1884. 

MAYNARD, George W. American; born 1843 at Washington, 
D. C.*; lives in New York City. Pupil of the National 
Academy of Design in New York; Antwerp Academy 
under Beaupray, Van Lerius, and de Keyser. 

M452-1 IN STRANGE SEAS. Five mermaids are swimming 

Gallery in blue water; the one at the right, on the crest of a 

16 wave, points to a galleon with sails set which is at the 

horizon. 

H. 36I in. W. 50y\ in. Canvas. Signed: Maynard-89. 

Gift of William F. Havemeyer, 1901. 

MEIRE, Gerard van der. Flemish; born about 1427 at Ghent; 
died after 1474. 

M47-1 ADORATION OF THE MAGI. The Virgin, in a dark 
blue robe, is seated at the left with the nude Child held 
on a white cloth on her lap; behind her stands St. Joseph 
in a red robe; the oldest king, in a red cloak trimmed with 
fur, kneels in the foreground; behind him stand the other 
two kings each holding an elaborate gold vessel. The 
figures are seen in a brick room through an arched win- 
dow; an open casket with pieces of money is on the ledge. 
H. 29I in. W. 28f in. Wood. 
Purchase, 1871. 

MEISSONIER, Jean Louis Ernest. French; born 1815 at 
Lyons; died 1891 at Paris. Pupil of Leon Cogniet in 
Paris. 

M471-1 FRIEDLAND, 1807. (On June 14, 1807, at Friedland, 
Gallery the French under Napoleon defeated the Russians and 
21 Prussians.) Napoleon, mounted on his famous white 

horse and surrounded by his generals and aides, is upon 
a slight eminence in the center of the picture; through a 
field of unripe wheat, cuirassiers, with their swords raised, 
are galloping past the Emperor and cheering him before 
going into battle; in the background are troops almost 
hidden by the smoke. 

H. 53^ in. W. 95I in. Canvas. Signed: 3Vleissonier 1875. 
Gift of Henry Hilton, 1887. 

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MEISSONIER — MELCHERS 

M471-2 THE SIGN PAINTER. The courtyard of an inn, with 
Gallery the painter and the innkeeper standing in front of an easel 
18 upon which is a painting ©f a man holding a glass of wine; 

the painter is in his shirtsleeves with a brown waistcoat 
and brown knee-breeches, while the other figure wears a 
white satin coat and breeches and a blue waistcoat. 
H. 9I in. W. 6| in. Water color. Signed: HVleissonier- 
1872. 
Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

M471-3 THE BROTHERS ADRIAEN AND WILLEM VAN 
Gallery DER VELDE; also called L'Amateur de Tableaux. 
17 (The brothers Van de Velde were Flemish painters; 

Willem 1633-1707; Adriaen 1635 -1672.) A man 
wearing a bright red cloak and holding a yellow felt 
hat is seated in front of an easel; behind him stands 
the painter holding his palette and brushes; beyond the 
group is an oak cabinet, a tapestry hangs on the wall, and 
studio properties are scattered about. 
H. lof in. W. 8| in. Wood. Signed :3VIeissonier- 1856, 
Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

M471-4 A GENERAL AND HIS AIDE-DE-CAMP. Two offi- 

Gallery cers on horseback are approaching along the Salice Road, 

17 near Antibes; the sea is at the right; at the left are white 

buildings with red roofs; a fort is in the distance. 

H. 7f in. W. io| in. Wood. Signed: SVIeissonier- 1869. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

M471-5 LUTE PLAYER. An interior; a man in top boots, 
buckskin coat, and broad-brimmed hat stands with his 
right foot on a stool as he sings and accompanies himself 
on an archlute. 

H. iiyViri- W. 8f in. Wood. Signed: HVIeissonier 1865. 
Bequest of Mrs. Martha T. Fiske Collord in memory of 
Josiah M. Fiske, 1908. 



MELCHERS, Gari. American; born i860 at Detroit, Mich.; 
lives in Paris and New York City. Pupil of Diisseldorf 
Academy; Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris under Lefebvre 
and Boulanger. 

M48-1 MADONNA. A woman wearing a dark red bodice, a 

Gallery white skirt, and a white lace Dutch cap, is seated on a 

12 bench under a tree; in her arms she holds a child who 

stretches both hands toward a young woman kneeling 

at the right, who wears a red jacket and a white lace 

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BETROTHAL OF SAINT CATHERINE 
BY HANS MEMLING 




MADONNA AND CHILD ENTHRONED WITH ANGELS 
BY PIETRO DI DOMENICO DA MONTE PULCIANO 



MELCHERS — MEMLING 

Dutch cap; bright sunlight filters through the branches 

of the trees. 

H. 47 in. W. 391% i"- Parchment on canvas. Signed: 

Gari Melchers. Bulletin, 191 1. p. 100. 

Purchase, Rogers Fund, 191 1. 

MELVILLE, Arthur. British (Scotch); born 1858; died 1904 
near London. Studied at Edinburgh and in Paris. 

M49-1 COCK FIGHT. A Moorish doorway with a group of 
Arabs watching two cocks who are fighting in the fore- 
ground. 

H. 33 in. W. 23 in. Water color. Signed indistinctly. 
Gift of Mrs. Arthur Melville, 1906. 

MEMLING, Hans (also spelt Memlinc or Hemling). Flemish; 
born about 1430 probably at the village of Memling, 
near Aschaflfenburg; settled in Bruges about 1467, where 
he died 1494. Perhaps pupil of Roger van der Weyden. 

M51-1 PORTRAIT OF AN OLD MAN. Head and shoulders 

Gallery of a gray-haired man with his right hand folded over the 

37 left, just showing; the head is turned slightly to the right 

and the wrinkled face has a benignant expression; he 

wears a brown coat. At one time ascribed to Van Eyck; 

present attribution due to George Hulin. 

H. lof in. W. 7f in. Wood. 

Bequest of Benjamin Altman, 191 3. 

M51-2 THOMAS PORTINARI. (A Florentine merchant who 
Gallery lived in Bruges as the representative of the Medici of 
37 Florence during the last half of the fifteenth century.) 

Bust portrait with the head three-quarters to the right 
and the hands raised in the attitude of prayer; his dark 
brown hair is combed flat over his forehead and he wears 
a black doublet with dark red sleeves and collar. 
H. i7-i\ in. W. 13I in. Wood. 
Bequest of Benjamin Altman, 191 3. 

M51-3 MARIE, WIFE OF THOMAS PORTINARI. Com- 
Gallery panion to M51-2. Bust portrait with the head three- 
37 quarters to the left and the hands raised in the attitude 

of prayer; she wears a dark red dress cut square at the 
neck with white fur trimming over the shoulders; com- 
pletely covering her hair is a dark sugar-loaf-shaped 
headdress from which hangs a thin white veil. Her wide 
necklace, set with pearls, is the same that appears in the 

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portrait on the wing of the Portinari altarpiece painted 

by Hugo van der Goes about 1476 and until lately hung 

in the church of Santa Maria Nuova, in Florence, for 

which it was intended. 

H. lyj'^in. W. 13^ in. Wood. 

Bequest of Benjamin Altman, 191 3. 

M51-4 BETROTHAL OF SAINT CATHERINE. A garden 
Gallery with a vine-covered trellis from which hangs a red and 
37 gold brocade; before this the Virgin, in a red robe, is 

seated holding the nude Child on her lap. At the left, 
St. Catherine, wearing a brown and gold brocaded skirt 
and white bodice with red sleeves, is seated on the ground 
and raises her hand toward the Infant Jesus who places 
the betrothal ring upon her finger; near by are her emblems, 
the wheel and the sword. At the right St. Barbara, in 
a green robe and purple cloak, is seated reading a breviary; 
back of her is her emblem, a tower. Beyond St. Cather- 
ine is an angel in a dark blue alb who plays an organ, 
and at the extreme left the donor, a young man in black, 
kneels and tells his beads; on the right side, back of St. 
Barbara, is an angel in red and gold who plays a harp; 
landscape background with a horseman passing through 
a gate at the left. Two other versions of this subject by 
Memling are known — the triptych painted for Sir John 
Donne, which is in the collection of the Duke of Devon- 
shire at Chatsworth House, and the masterpiece of the 
painter, which is in the Hospital of St. John at Bruges. 
H. 27 in. W. 28|f in. Wood. Bulletin, 1913, ill. p. 233. 
Bequest of Benjamin Altman, 19 13. 

MERLE, HuGUES. French; born 1823 at St. Marcellin; died 
1881 at Paris. Pupil of Leon Cogniet. Figure subjects. 

M54-1 FALLING LEAVES. Life-size, full-length, female figure. 

Gallery standing in the woods and holding about her a diapha- 

18 nous black drapery striped with gold; autumn leaves fall 

around her, and at the right a cupid is running away. 

H. 68| in. W. 43I in. Canvas. Signed: Hugues Merle 

1872. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

MESGRIGNY, Frank de. French; born 1836 at Paris; died there 
1884. Pupilof Worms and Lalanne. Landscapes. 

M56-1 RIVER SCENE. On the bank of the river are gray- 
Gallery green trees and a shed where washerwomen are at work; 
18 beyond is a house. 

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H. I4jin. W. 22| in. Canvas. Signed: F. de Mesgrigny. 
Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

MESSINA. See Antonello da Messina. 

METSU, Gabriel. Dutch; born i63o(?) at Leyden; died 1667 at 
Amsterdam, where he had settled about 1650. Probably 
pupil of Gerard Dou; influenced by Rembrandt and 
Terborch. Genre. 

M561-1 THE MUSIC LESSON. In the center of a room is a 
Gallery table covered with a rug; at the left sits a lady, in a golden 
26 brown satin dress, who holds a lute and hands a sheet of 

music to a man who stands behind her at the left; seated 
at the right of the table is a man, in black doublet and 
hose, tuning a violoncello; in the background are steps 
leading to a doorway where a servant stands holding a 
tray and pitcher. 

H. 24I in. W. 2i| in. Canvas. Signed: G Metsu 1659. 
Gift of Henry G. Marquand, 1890. 

M561-2 A VISIT TO THE NURSERY. At the right, a young 
Gallery mother, wearing a white satin dress and red jacket 
II trimmed with white fur, holds in her arms a baby in 

swaddling clothes; behind her stands the father in a brown 
doublet with slashed sleeves; he holds his hat in his hand 
greeting a lady who enters the room at the left followed 
by a maid carrying a chair and a foot warmer. A cradle 
is in the center of the picture and behind it sits an old 
woman; in the background is a chimney-piece: at the 
right is a table covered with a bright red and blue Ispahan 
rug on which are silver vessels; beyond is a gilt four-poster 
bed with dark green hangings. 

H. 305 in. W. 32 in. Canvas. Signed: G. Metsu 1661. 
Gift of J. Pierpont Morgan, 191 7. 

METSYS. See Massys. 

MEULEN, Adam Frans van der. Flemish; born 1631 or 1634 

■ at Brussels; died 1690 at Paris, where he had settled 

about 1666. Pupil of Pieter Snayers. Was court painter 

to the Archduke Albert and later attached to the court of 

Louis XIV of France. 

M57-1 A COMBAT OF CAVALRY. The contending forces 
are in the foreground; at the right troops are fighting 
at the base of a small hill. 

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H. i8f in. W. 24I in. Canvas. 
Purchase, 1871. 

M57-2 ENCOUNTER OF CAVALRY. A troop of horsemen 
is in the foreground at the left and another group 
is in the valley at the right. _ 

H. 8f in. W. 12^^ in. Wood. Signed: A. F. V 
MEVLEN-FEC. 
Purchase, 1871. 

MEYER, JoHANN Georg; known as Meyer von Bremen. Ger- 
man; born 1813 at Bremen; died 1886 at Berlin. Pupil of 
Diisseldorf Academy under Karl Sohn and Schadow. 
Genre. 

M571-3 THE LETTER. A young peasant woman, wearing a red 

Gallery skirt, stands in the courtyard of a German house reading 

18 a letter; an older woman looks over her shoulder; at the 

left is a boy holding a bouquet. 

H. 25! in. W. 19! in. Canvas. Signed: Meyer von 

Bremen Berlin 1873. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

MICHEL, Georges. French; born 1763 at Paris; died there 
1843. Landscapes, chiefly the plain of Montmartre. 

M58-1 THE OLD CHATEAU. Level country with a castle 
in sunlight in the middle distance at the right; peasants 
are working in the fields in the foreground; cloudy sky 
throwing shadows both in the foreground and in the 
distance. 

H. 2o| in. W. 27I in. Canvas. 
Gift of Paul Durand-Ruel, 1880. 

MIEREVELD, Michiel Jansz. van. Dutch; born 1567 at Delft, 
died there 1641. Studied engraving with J. Weenix 
and painting under Anthony van Blockland. Portraits. 

M581-2 PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG WOMAN. Life-size, 
standing figure, seen to below the waist; in her right hand 
she holds a pair of embroidered gloves; she wears a black 
dress with a dark brown bodice and a wide fluted ruff; 
a headdress edged with lace is on the smoothly drawn 
light brown hair. Attributed to Miereveld. 
H. 351 in. W.27iin. Wood. 
Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1906 

MIGNOT, Louis R. American; born 183 1 in South Carolina; 
died 1871 at Brighton, England.. Pupil of Schelfhout 

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MIGNOT— MILLER 

at The Hague; worked for some years in New York City; 
settled in London 1861. Chiefly tropical scenes. 
See Rossiter (RJ31) in whose picture of Washington and 
Lafayette at Mount Vernon Mignot painted the land- 
scape. 

MILLAIS, Sir John Everett. British (English); born 1829 at 
Southampton; died 1896 in London. Pupil of Henry 
Sass in London and later of the Royal Academy Schools. 
Was one of the group known as the Pre-Raphaelites. 
At the time of his death he was President of the Royal 
Academy. Figure subjects, portraits, and landscapes. 

M61-1 PORTIA. (This is a portrait of the English actress 
Gallery Ellen Terry, in private life Mrs. James Carew, in the 
18 part of the heroine of Shakespeare's Merchant of Venice.) 

Life-size, standing figure, seen to the knees; she wears a 
red velvet robe over a red gown; a red cap is held in her 
right hand and a parchment roll in the other. 
. H. 49j in. W. 33 in. Canvas. Initialed: J.E M. 
Purchase, Wolfe Fund, 1906. 

» 

MILLER, Charles H. American; born 1842 at New York City; 

lives there. Pupil of National Academy of Design in 

New York; Lier and Bavarian Academies in Munich. 

Landscapes. 

M611-1 BOUQUET OF OAKS. There is a group of brown oaks 
at the right and a single tree is at the left; in the fore- 
ground a woodman is chopping a trunk. 
H.42J in. W. 64|in. Canvas. Signed: Ch^^"H. Miller. 
N. A. N. Y. 
Gift of William T. Evans, 1906. 

MILLER, Richard E. American; born 1875 at St. Louis, Mo.; 
lives in Paris. Pupil of St. Louis School of Fine Arts; 
Benjamin-Constant and Laurens in Paris. 

M612-1 THE CHINESE STATUETTE. An interior with the 
Gallery life-size, full-length figure of a lady, seated before a 
15 cabriole-legged mahogany table and handling a Chinese 

statuette; the lady's face is reflected in a mirror; she 
wears a green and black plaid skirt and a low-necked black 
bodice with a design of red flowers. 
H. 57I in. W. 45! in. Canvas. Signed: Miller. Bulle- 
tin, 1912, p. 131, ill. 
Purchase, Hearn Fund, 19 12. 

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MILLET, Francis D. American; born 1846 at Mattapoisett, 
Mass.; died in the Titanic wreck, 1912. Pupil of Royal 
Academy of Arts in Antwerp under Van Lerius and 
de Keyser. Genre and mural paintings. 

M613-1 A COSY CORNER. The ingle nook of an old-fashioned 
Gallery kitchen; a young girl, in a Dolly Varden dress, is seated 
16 reading near a window at the right. 

H. 36^ in. W. 24I in. Canvas. Signed: F. D. Millet, 1884. 

Gift of George I. Seney, 1887. 

M613-2 AN OLD-TIME MELODY. Full-length, seated figure of 
Gallery a lady in a low-necked black gown, playing a mandolin; 
13 her music rests against a pile of books on a table. 

H. 22y\ in. W. i8| in. Canvas. Signed: F. D. Millet. 

Bulletin, 1912, p. 1 18, ill. 

Gift of Mrs. Clarkson Cowl, in memory of her brother, 

Arthur Hoppock Hearn, 1912. 

MILLET, Jean Francois. French (Barbizon); born 1814 at 
Gruchy, village of Greville; died 1875 at Barbizon. 
Pupil of Langlois at Cherbourg; Delaroche in Paris. 
Peasant subjects. 

M614-1 GARDEN SCENE. In the foreground at the right a 
man kneels grafting a shoot; beyond, two women are 
picking from low bushes; nearby cottages and trees 
form the background. 

H. 6/^ in. W. 8| in. Canvas. Signed: J. F. Millet. 
Bequest of Maria De Witt Jesup, from the collection of 
her husband, Morris K. Jesup, 191 5. 

M614-2 AUTUMN. A bare hilltop with a woman guarding 
Gallery turkeys, a leafless tree, and a wagon full of fagots sil- 
21 houetted darkly against a windy, showery sky. She is 

seen from behind wearing a gray hood and a brown petti- 
coat blown by the wind. Over the rim of the hill, the 
top of a red roof and a chimney are shown in sunlight, 
the smoke blown sharply in the wind. Patches of blue 
sky can be seen between the clouds, and birds, some in 
sun and some in shadow, fly at the right. 
H. 3i|in. W. 39yV in. Canvas. Signed: J. F. Millet. 
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac D. Fletcher Collection. 
Bequest of Isaac D. Fletcher, 19 17. 

MOLYN, PiETER DE, THE Elder. Dutch; born 1595 at London; 
died 1661 at Haarlem, where he had lived since 1616. 

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MOLYN — MONTEPULCIANO 

M73-1 LANDSCAPE WITH COTTAGE. The cottage and a 
group of trees are on a slight elevation in the middle 
distance; there are fields beyond at the right; the fore- 
ground is in shadow. 

H. 14! in. W. 2i||^ in. Wood. Signed: Molyn 1629. 
Gift of Henry G. Marquand, 1895. 

MONACO. See Lorenzo il Monaco. 

MONCHABLON, Jan Ferdinand. French; born 1854 at Chatil- 
lon-sur-Saone; died there 1904. Pupil of Cabanel and 
Laurens in Paris. Landscapes. 

M74-1 SUMMER LANDSCAPE. A flat stretch of cultivated 
land with low hills in the distance; near the foreground 
are a hunter and his dog. 

H. 19I in. W. 25I in. Canvas. Signed: JAN MON- 
CHABLON 1889. 
Bequest of Thomas P. Salter, 1907. 

MONTAGNA, Bartolomeo. Italian (Vicenzan); born be- 
tween 1440 and 1460, probably at Orzinuovi, a small 
town in Brescia; died 1523 at Vicenza. Perhaps a pupil 
of Alvise Vivarini; influenced by the Bellini. 

M76-1 MADONNA AND CHILD. The Madonna, wearing 
Gallery a blue mantle, is seen to the waist standing behind a 
31 ledge on which the partly nude Child is seated at the left; 

the Madonna's hands are folded on her breast and the 
Child clasps her right arm; landscape background with a 
river and a fortified town in the distance. 
H. 24I in. W. 2o| in. Tempera on wood. Bulletin, 
1909, p. 156, ill. 
Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1909. 

M76-2 A LADY OF RANK AS SAINT JUSTINA OF PADUA- 
Gallery Portrait of a young woman seen to the waist with the 
37 head three-quarters to the left; a palm leaf is held in her 

right hand and a short dagger pierces her left breast 
through the jeweled strip of ornament that edges her dark 
green bodice; her brown hair is held with a jeweled net 
and clasps set with pearls; she wears a pearl necklace. 
H. i9yV in- W. 14! in. Tempera on wood. 
Bequest of Benjamin Altman, 191 3. 

MONTEPULCIANO. See Pietro di Domenicoda Montepulciano. 

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MONTICELLI — MORETTO DA BRESCIA 

MONTICELLI, Adolphe. French; born 1824 at Marseilles; 
died 1886 at Paris. Pupil of Raymond Aubert. Ro- 
mantic subjects. 

M761-1 COURT LADIES, Dames de Qualite. Several ladies 

Gallery in gowns of sparkling colors are seated beneath trees 

20 with autumn foliage; two stand at the right facing the 

principal group; a white dog is in the foreground. 

H. 17! in. W. 25 J in. Wood. Signed: Monticelli. 

Purchase, Wolfe Fund, 1907. 

M761-2 THE COURT OF THE PRINCESS. La Cour de la 
Gallery Princesse. Numerous figures in brilliantly colored 
20 costumes stand on the wide steps leading up from a court- 

yard in the foreground to an archway beyond which are 
a terrace and a castle; two horsemen are on the terrace. 
H. i5in. W. 23! in. Wood. 
Purchase, Wolfe Fund, 1907. 

MOOR, Karel van. Dutch; born 1656 at Leyden; died 1738 at 
Warmond. Pupil of Gerard Dou and Frans van Mieris 
at Leyden, Abraham van den Tempel at Amsterdam, 
and Godfried Schalcken at Dordrecht. 

M78-1 A BURGOMASTER OF LEYDEN AND HIS WIFE. 

Gallery Life-size, standing figures, seen to the knees; the woman's 
26 gloved right hand rests on the man's bare left hand; the 

woman, who is nearer the spectator, wears a brown low- 
necked gown; the man is dressed in black. Attribution 
has been questioned. 
H.46in. W. 36I in. Canvas; oval. 
Purchase, 1872. 

MORAN, Edward. American; born August 19, 1829, at Bolton, 
Lancashire, England; died 1901. 

M79-1 MARINE. Moonlight with a square-rigged ship. 

H. 20 in. W. 30 in. Canvas. Signed: Edward Moran. 
Gift of J. Ackerman Coles, 1918. 

MORETTO DA BRESCIA; real name Alessandro Bonvicino; 
also known as II Moretto. Italian; born about 1498 
at Brescia; died there about 1554. Pupil of Floriano 
Ferramola at Brescia; influenced by Lotto and Titian. 

M81 i-i CHRIST IN THE DESERT. A landscape with Christ, 

Gallery wearing a red robe and blue-green drapery, seated on a 

30 rock in the foreground at the right; about Him are birds, 

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MORETTO DA BRESCIA — MORLAND 

animals, and fantastic beasts, images evoked by His fast 
■ orsymbolsof thetemptationthat Heovercame. A sketch. 
H. i8f in. W. 2ifin. Canvas. Bulletin, 191 1, p. 123, ill 
Purchase, Rogers Fund, 191 1. 

M811-2 THE ENTOMBMENT. Life-size figures. The Virgin 
Gallery is seated in the center of the picture and holds the dead 
30 Christ upon her lap; at the left St. John the Evangelist, 

wearing a gray robe and red cloak, holds His right arm 
and the other arm is held by Mary Magdalen, who stands 
at the right and is dressed in yellow; behind the Magdalen 
is Nicodemus in a red velvet robe, who holds the nails; 
at the extreme left Joseph of Arimathea, wearing a 
yellow brocaded robe lined with ermine, holds the crown 
of thorns. Landscape background with a rocky cave 
at the right. Inscribed: FACTVS EST OBEDIENS 
VSQVE AD MORTEM (He became obedient even unto 
death). 

H. 94 in. W. 74f in. Canvas. Dated: ANO DOM 
MDLIV MENS oct. Bulletin, 1912, p. 1 12. 
Purchase, Kennedy Fund, 19 12. 

MORLAND, George. British (English); born 1763 at London; 
died there 1804. Pupil of his father, Henry Robert 
Morland; influenced by George Stubbs, the animal 
painter. Landscapes with animals. 

M821-1 MIDDAY MEAL. A young man, wearing a buff blouse 

Gallery over a red shirt, is carrying a pail of food toward a pig 

14 pen at the left; a sow and two pigs follow him through 

a gate; beyond are open fields in sunlight. 

H.28^in. W. 36I in. Canvas. Signed: G. Morland, 1795. 

Gift of George A. Hearn, 1895. 

M821-2 TOWN. A room with a lady in a white dress and large 
Gallery feather hat looking at herself in a mirror; back of her is a 
24 window and at her feet is a small dog. 

H. 12I in. W. io| in. Canvas; oval opening. 

Bequest of Maria De Witt Jesup, from the collection of 

her husband, Morris K. Jesup, 191 5. 

M821-3 COUNTRY. A young woman in a white dress, black 

Gallery wrap, and broad-brimmed straw hat is seated on a rail 

24 fence and looks down at a dog who is lying at her feet; 

trees are back of her at the right. 

H. 12I in. W. io| in. Canvas; oval opening. 

Bequest of Maria De Witt Jesup, from the collection of 

her husband, Morris K. Jesup, 191 5. 

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M821-4 LANDSCAPE WITH FIGURES. Oak trees fill the 
Gallery greater part of the picture. Below is a gate against which 
24 a gentleman, wearing a blue coat and a su^ar-loaf hat, 

is leaning, talking to a strolling family that have ensconced 
themselves by a little stream; there are three women, one 
with a baby, one who has been washing clothes, and one 
standing wearing a cloak of the red that Morland loved; 
there are also children and some of the Squire's dogs. 
H. 28I in. W. 36I in. Canvas. 
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac D. Fletcher Collection. 
Bequest of Isaac D. Fletcher, 1917. 

MORLAND, Henry Robert. British (English); born about 1730 
in London; died there 1797. Probably a pupil of his 
father, George Henry Morland. Portraits, usually in 
pastel but occasionally in oil. 

M822-1 MISS RICH BUILDING A HOUSE OF CARDS. 

Gallery Life-size figure of a little girl, dressed in white and seated 

24 at a mahogany table; she holds a card in her right hand 

and is in the act of placing it upon those already piled 

up. Attribution changed from Hogarth by Roger Fry. 

H. 30I in. W. 25! in. Canvas. 

Gift of Henry G. Marquand, 1890. 

MORO, IL. See Torbido. 

MORONI, Giovanni Battista. Italian; born about 1525 at 
Bondo, near Albino; died 1578 at Brescia. Pupil of 
Moretto da Brescia. Chiefly portraits. 

M823-1 PORTRAIT OF BARTOLOMEO BONGO. Life-size 
Gallery figure, seen to the knees, seated in an armchair and 
1 1 facing to the left with the head turned three-quarters 

front; he has a full brown beard, and brown hair shows 
beneath a three-cornered black velvet cap; he wears a 
black velvet coat with wide, brown fur collar; a red 
velvet under-robe shows at neck and wrists; his left hand 
rests on the arm of the chair with the index finger between 
the leaves of a book, the cover of which is inscribed: 
Plav I. sup. I. I. ff. si gs lus die. non obtempe. The 
background is a gray wall pierced at the left by a window 
through which houses and a tree are seen. At the right 
is a coat of arms and beneath the window the following 
inscription: bartholomevs bongvs. i. v. d. can- 
[oNic]vs. ET primicer[i]vs. cath [edraJlis. berg[amen]- 

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MORONI — MOSLER 

SIS. prothonot[ari]vs. ap[osto]licvs. comes et 

AEQVES. ANNO. DNi. MDLXxxiv. (Bartolomeo Bongo, 

Doctor of either law [canon and civil], Canon and 

Primicerius of the Cathedral of Bergamo, Apostolic 

Prothonotary, Count and Knight. The year of our 

Lord 1584). Both the coat of arms and the inscription 

have been added at a date later than the painting of the 

picture. 

H. 39! in. W. 32I in. Canvas. Bulletin, 1913, p. 262; 

ill. p. 257. 

Purchase, Pulitzer Fund, 19 13. 

MORSE, Samuel Finley Breese. American; born 1791 at 
Charlestown, Mass.; died 1872 at New York City. Pupil 
of Washington Allston and of Benjamin West. One of 
the founders of the National Academy of Design and its 
president from 1827 to 1845, and again from 1861 to 1862. 
Portraits. He was the inventor of the telegraph. 

M83-1 DE WITT CLINTON. (1769-1828; American lawyer 
Gallery and statesman; mayor of New York City 1803-7, 1809 
16 -10 and 1811-15; governor of New York State 1817-2^ 

and 1825-28. Chief promoter of the Erie Canal.) Life- 
size figure, seen to the waist; he has brown hair, a 
ruddy complexion, and wears a black coat with a high 
white stock; the red wall which forms the background 
has a repeat design of a C in the center of a star surrounded 
by a wreath. 

H. 30yV in. W. 25y\^ in. Canvas. 
Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1909. 

M83-2 HENRY CLAY, (i 777-1852; American statesman and 

Gallery orator.) Life-size figure, standing in front of a tree and 

16 seen almost to the knees; he wears a black coat and brown 

overcoat; a high silk hat and a cane are in his left hand. 

H. 5ItV in. W. 39I in. Canvas. Signed: Morse Jan^. 

1843. Bulletin, 1909, p. 35, ill. 

Gift of Grace H. Dodge, 1909. 

MOSLER, Henry. American; born 1841 at New York City, 
died there 1920. Pupil of J. H. Beard in Cincinnati; H. 
Miicke and A. Kindler at Diisseldorf; Hebert in Paris; 
Wagner in Munich. Genre. 

M85-1 A WEDDING FEAST IN BRITTANY. An interior 
with the wedding party seated about a long table; the 
bridegroom is standing, giving a toast; the white sheet 

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hanging in the background is one of those spun and woven 

by the bride which, according to Brittany custom, 

is used on all festive occasions and also in times of sorrow. 

H. 5if in. W. 74I in. Canvas. Signed: Henry Mosler 

Paris. 

Gift of Jacob H. Schiff, 1898. 

MOUNT, William S. American; born 1807 at Setauket, L. I., 
N. Y.; died there 1868. Pupil of National Academy of 
Design in New York City, where most of his life was spent. 

M86-1 RAFFLING FOR THE GOOSE. A kitchen with six 
Gallery farmers leaning over an improvised table upon which is 
16 a plucked goose. 

H. 17 in. W. 23I in. Wood. Signed: W^ S. MOUNT 

1837. 

Gift of John D. Crimmins, 1897. 

MUNKACSY, MiHALY de; real name, Michael Lieb. Hunga- 
rian; born 1844 at Munkacs in Hungary; died 1900 
at Bonn, Germany. Pupil of Szamosy, at the Vienna 
Academy, and of Franz Adam in Munich; lived 
chiefly in Paris. Genre. 

M92-1 THE PAWNBROKER'S SHOP. A dark interior 

Gallery with a man leaning over the counter in the background 

18 at the left, talking to a woman with children near her; 

men and women are seated about the room, and in the 

foreground a boy is going away toward the left with a 

portfolio under his arm. 

H. 64 in. W. 86| in. Wood. Signed: M. Munkacsy 

Paris 1874. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

M92-2 THE MUSIC ROOM. An interior with a lady seated 
at a grand piano; a young woman stands beyond, singing; 
four other persons form the audience. 
H. 35 in. W. 46 in. Wood. Signed: Munkacsy. 
Bequest of Mrs. Martha T. Fiske Collord in memory 
of Josiah M. Fiske, 1908. 

MURANT, Emmanuel. Dutch; born 1622 at Amsterdam; died 
about 1700 at Leeuwarden, Friesland, where he had 
settled about 1670. Pupil of Philips Wouwerman; 
traveled in France. 

M93-1 T^E FARM. A road is in the foreground; beyond, at 
Gallery the right, is a group of farmhouses with a single tree 
14 showing above the roofs. 

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H. I3f in. W. 1 8^ in. Wood. 
Gift of George A. Hearn, 1906. 

MURILLO, Bartolome Esteban. Spanish; born 1617 at Seville; 
died there 1682. Pupil of Juan del Castillo; influenced 
by Velazquez, Spagnoletto, and Van Dyck. 

M94-1 SAINT JOHN THE EVANGELIST. Life-size, full- 
length figure of a young man, seated on a rock; he wears 
a yellow tunic and a pale red robe is over his knees; 
a quill pen is held in his raised right hand and a book in 
the other; at the left is an eagle holding the ink-well in 
its beak; on the ground at the right are a book, a skull, 
and a gold goblet. Attributed to Murillo. 
H. 68 in. W. 485 in. Canvas. Bulletin, 1906, p. 73. 
Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1906. 

MURPHY, J. Francis. American; born 1853 at Oswego, N. Y.; 
lives in New York City. Self-taught. Landscapes. 

M95-1 THE OLD BARN. Open fields with a barn in the middle 
Gallery distance at the right and a road leading to it; trees 

13 beyond and white buildings on a low hill near the horizon. 
The general color is pale brown. 

H. 24^ in. W. 36^ in. Canvas. Signed: J. FRANCIS 

MURPHY 1906. 

Purchase, Hearn Fund, 1907. 

MYERS, Jerome. American; born 1867 at Petersburg, Va.; 
lives in New York City. Paints chiefly New York 
street scenes. 

M99-1 THE NIGHT MISSION. Men, women, and children 
Gallery stand in the foreground in the glare of light that comes 
12 from a tent where the meeting is being held; tene- 

ments form the background. 

H. 25 in. W. 30jV in. Canvas. Signed: Jerome 
Myers 1906 New York. Bulletin, 1912, p. 118. 
Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1912. 

MYTENS, Daniel. Dutch; born about 1590 at The Hague; died 
there after 1658. In 1618 he went to England and in 
1625 was appointed court painter to Charles I; soon 
after the arrival of Van Dyck he returned to The Hague. 
Portraits. 

M991-1 CHARLES I. (1600- 1649; King of England.) Life- 
Gallery size, full-length, standing portrait; he has a pointed 

14 beard and long hair; he is dressed in red doublet and 

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hose striped with gold and silver embroidery; at the 
left, on a green velvet table cover, are the gold and 
jeweled crown, sceptre, and orb; a green velvet curtain 
forms the background and is drawn aside showing two 
columns and a landscape at the right. Inscribed: 
CAROLVS DG MDCXXIX. BRITANNI/E, FRAN- 
CI/E, HIBERNI/E REX. FIDEI DEFENSOR. 
/€TAT. 29. ANNO 1629. 

H. 78I in. W. 55! in. Canvas. Signed: Pinxit Daniel 
Mytens (other words indecipherable). 
Gift of George A. Hearn, 1906. 



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NASMYTH, Patrick. Also known as Peter Nasmyth. British 
(Scotch); born 1787 at Edinburgh; died 1831 at London, 
where he had lived since 1807. Pupil of his father Alex- 
ander Nasmyth. Landscapes. 

N17-1 LANDSCAPE. A country road in strong sunlight and 

Gallery shadow with low stone walls on each side and trees 

14 beyond; a woman in a red cloak is walking away from 

the spectator; in the foreground a man, a boy, a calf, 

and a dog are advancing. 

H. 14I in. W. i9j in. Canvas. Monogrammed: PN. 

Gift of George A. Hearn, 1906. 

N17-2 AT PENSHURST, KENT. Landscape with water in 
Gallery the foreground at the right and rolling country with 
24 scattered trees on the far shore; in the immediate fore- 

ground at the left is a picket fence with a large tree back 
of it. 

H. 27I in. W. 36I in. Wood. Signed: Patk. Nasmyth. 
1828. 

Bequest of Maria De Witt Jesup, from the collection of 
her husband, Morris K. Jesup, 191 5. 

NASON, PiETER. Dutch; born 1612 at Amsterdam; died after 
1680 at The Hague. Probably pupil of Ravesteyn. 
Portraits. 

N18-1 , PORTRAIT OF A PRINCE OF ORANGE. Standing 
figure, seen to the waist; his long hair falls over his white 
lace stock and black armor; he wears an orange sash. 
Landscape background. 
H. 30J in. W. 24 in. Canvas; oval. 
, Purchase, 1871. 

NAST, Thomas. American; born 1840 at Landau, Bavaria; died 
1902 at Guayaquil, Ecuador, where he was the American 

211 



NAST — N EAGLE 

Consul-General. Lived chiefly in New York City; was 
famous as a caricaturist. 

N181-1 HEAD OF CHRIST. Life-size figure, seen almost to 
the waist; He has blond hair and a full beard and wears 
a red cloak; above the head there is a brilliant halo against 
the dark background. Marked: Copyright 1900. 
H. 2gh in. W. 23I in. Canvas. Signed: Th*^ Nast 1900. 
Gift of J. Pierpont Morgan, 1910. 

NATTIER, Jean Marc. French; born 1685 at Paris; died there 
1766. Pupil of his father, Marc Nattier; traveled in 
Holland and Russia. Portraits. 

N21-1 PRINCESSE DE CONDE AS DIANA. (1737-1760; 

Gallery Charlotte Godefride Elisabeth de Rohan-Soubise became 
20 the first wife of Prince Louis Joseph de Bourbon-Conde.) 

Life-size, seated figure, seen to below the knees; her 
powdered hair is tied with blue ribbon; she wears a white 
dress; a leopard skin is over her right shoulder and a red 
drapery falls over her left knee upon which she rests the 
point of her gilt bow; a case of arrows is at her side; a 
tree at the left and clouds form the background. 
H.53fin. W. 4i|in. Canvas. Signed: Nattier p-x. 1756. 
Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1903. 

N21-2 VICOMTESSE DE POLIGNAC. Life-size, seated 

Gallery figure seen to below the knees; her right hand rests on a 

20 music book that lies on a table beside her; a lyre is held in 

her left hand; she wears a white satin dress cut square at 

the neck and trimmed with wreaths of flowers; a column 

is at the left. 

H. 46 j^ in. W. 35y6 i"- Canvas. 

Bequest of Maria De Witt Jesup, from the collection of 

her husband, Morris K. Jesup, 191 5. 

NEAGLE, John. American; born 1799 at Boston; died 1865 at 
Philadelphia. He began as a coach painter and later 
studied with Bass Otis in Philadelphia. 

N24-1 CAPTAIN JOHN WALSH. (Captain in the Revo- 
Gallery lutionary Army.) Life-size, seated figure, seen to the 
16 waist; both hands grasp the top of his cane; he wears a 

dark blue coat and a buff waistcoat. 

H. 36 in. W. 29 in. Canvas. 

Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick S. Wait, 1908. 

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NEEFFS — NEER 

NEEFFS, PiETER, THE Elder. Flemish; born about 1577 ^t Ant- 
werp; died there between 1657 and 1661. Pupil of Hen- 
drik van Steenwijck the Elder. Architectural subjects. 

N29-1 INTERIOR OF ANTWERP CATHEDRAL. A view 
through the nave with scattered groups of people; two 
small dogs are in the immediate foreground. The figures 
are by David Teniers the Elder. 
H. 161^^ in. W. 22 jl in. Wood. Signed: NEFS. 
Purchase, 187 1. 

NEEFFS, PiETER, the Younger. Flemish; born 1620 at Antwerp; 
died there after 1675. Pupil of his father, PieterNeeffs 
the Elder, and, like him, painted architectural subjects. 

N291-2 INTERIOR OF A CHURCH. The interior of a Gothic 

Gallery church with several elaborately dressed figures and a 

27 beggar on crutches in the foreground; the light strikes 

through the transept at the end of the aisle. 

H. 10 in. W. 7f in. Wood. 

Purchase, 1871. 

NEER, Aert van der. Dutch; born 1603 probably at Gorichem; 
died 1677 at Amsterdam, where he had lived the greater 
part of his life. Influenced by Jan van Goyen and 
Esaias van de Velde. Landscapes. 

N292-1 SUNSET. A view of a river and marsh lands; in the 

Gallery foreground is a large oak near which are two hunters and 

26 a dog; at the left is a village with a square tower; trees 

and cottages are on the far bank; yellowish sky with 

pink and gray clouds. 

H. 3 if in. W. 43 1^6 in. Canvas. Monogrammed: AV. DN. 

Purchase, 1871. 

N292-2 THE FARRIER. A night scene with a farrier's shop 

Gallery at the left; at the right a log fire before which stand 

26 several men; beyond is a river with trees on the farther 

bank; the moon is near the horizon and is reflected in 

the water. 

H. 19 in. W. 24I in. Wood. Monogrammed: AV. DN. 

Purchase, 1871. 

N292-3 LANDSCAPE. A river flows from the right into the 

Gallery distance past a village at the left; in the foreground are 

26 several peasants, and a man on a white horse: cattle 

are at the water's edge. 

H.2oin. W. 28|in. Canvas. Monogrammed: AV DN 

Gift of J. Pierpont Morgan, 1917. 

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NETSCHER — NEWTON 

NETSCHER, Caspar. Dutch; born 1639 at Heidelberg; died 1684 
at The Hague, where he had lived since 1660. Pupil of 
Herman Coster at Arnhem and of Terborch at Deventer. 

N38-1 A DUTCH LADY. An interior with a lady in a low- 
Gallery necked white satin gown standing near a table covered 
26 with a reddish rug, on which is a brown and white spaniel. 

H. 12 J in. W. lOy'V in. Canvas. 

Purchase, 1871. 

N38-2 THE CARD PARTY. An interior with a lady dressed 

Gallery in red and a gentleman seated at a table playing; another 

26 couple stand watching the game, the lady being gowned 

in dull yellow. 

H. 19! in. W. lyf in. Canvas. 

Gift of Henry G. Marquand, 1888. 

NEUHUYS, Albert. Dutch; born 1844 at Utrecht; died 1914 at 
Laren. Pupil of G. Craeyvanger and of the Academy at 
Antwerp. 

N39-1 DUTCH INTERIOR WITH FIGURES. An interior 
S. W. with an old woman seated with hands clasped in her lap; 
Stairway a red curtain is back of the figure, and a window is at 

the left. 

H. 21 in. W. 23^ in. Water color. Signed: Albert 

Neuhuys. 

Purchase, Wolfe Fund, 1895. 

NEUVILLE, Alphonse de. French; born 1836 at St. Omer; died 
1885 at Paris. Pupil of Picot in Paris. 

N391-1 DRUMMER. A French soldier of the Franco-Prussian 
War stands in the foreground with his drum; beyond him 
two officers and a company of foot soldiers stand at rest. 
H. 12 in. W. 8 in. Canvas. Signed: A. de Neuville, 

1877. 

Bequest of Mrs. Martha T. Fiske Collord, in memory of 

Josiah M. Fiske, 1908. 

NEWTON, Gilbert Stuart. British-American; born 1795 at 
Halifax, Nova Scotia; died 1835 at Chelsea, England. 
Pupil of his uncle, Gilbert Stuart, in Boston; studied at 
the Royal Academy in London. 

N42-1 DESERTED. Seated figure of a young woman in a 
bridal dress and veil. 
H. 9I in. W. 8 in. Millboard. 
Gift of Samuel P. Avery, 1895. 

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NICOLL — NIEULANDT 

NICOLL, James Craigs. American; born 1846 at New York City; 
died at Norwalk, Conn., 1918. Pupil of M. F. H. de Haas 
and Kruseman van Elten in New York. Marines chiefly. 

N541-1 SQUALLY WEATHER. Greenish sea with waves 
breaking near the foreground. 

H. 34 in. W. 50 in. Canvas. Signed: J. C. Nicoll, N.A. 
Purchase, Rogers Fund, 19 12. 

NIEULANDT, Adriaen van. Flemish, born 1587 at Antwerp; 
died 1658 at Amsterdam. Pupil of Pieter Isaacsz and 
of Frans Badens. 

N55-1 KITCHEN INTERIOR. Two life-size, standing figures, 
seen to the knees; the woman stands in front of a table 
at the left and holds a spit on which are a rack of lamb 
and a chicken; the man has just entered at the right and 
carries a dead duck, a basket of eggs, and a brown jug; 
on the table are game and kitchen utensils. Formerly 
attributed to Jan Steen. 
H. 44f in. W. 63 in. Canvas. 
Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1906. 



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OCHTMAN, Leonard, American; born 1854 at Zonnemaire, 
Holland; lives at Cos Cob, Conn., near New York City. 
Came to United States in 1866; entered a wood-engraver's 
office at Albany, N. Y. Landscapes. 

OC3-1 WINTER LIGHT. Snow-covered fields with a frozen 
Gallery pool in the foreground and bare trees in the distance; 
12 pearly sky. 

H. 36I in. W. 52 in. Canvas. Signed: Leonard Ocht- 

MAN. Bulletin, 191 1, p. 139, ill. 

Gift of Emerson McMillin, 191 1. 

OGILVIE, Clinton. American; born 1838 at New York City; 
died there 1900. Pupil of James M. Hart, studied in 
Paris. Landscapes. 

Og4-i NEAR JACKSON, WHITE MOUNTAINS. A red 
barn, in front of which the wash is hung to dry; the 
White Mountains in the background. 
H. i6j in. W. 26I in. Canvas. Signed: Clinton 
Ogilvie, 1885. 
Gift of Mrs. Helen S. Ogilvie, 19 19. 

OOST, Jakob van, the Elder. Flemish; born about 1600 at 
Bruges; died there in 1671. 

O09-1 PORTRAIT OF A MAN. Life-size figure, seen to the 
Gallery waist; he is wrapped in a dark cloak which he holds with 
27 his right hand. 

H. 25I in. W. 21 in. Canvas. 

Purchase, 187 1. 

OPIE, John. British; born 1761 in the village of St. Agnes, near 
Truro; died 1807 in London. 

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OPIE — ORPEN 

Op3-i LADY HAMILTON. (1761-1815; Emma, wife of Sir 

Gallery William Hamilton. See note under Romney, R66-2.) 

24 Life-size, bust picture with the head turned three-quarters 

to the left; brown hair hangs about her shoulders and she 

wears a large hat with black bows on top and tied under 

her chin; a white fichu is draped in a point; dark, cloudy 

background. 

H. 30 in. W. 25 in. Canvas. 

Bequest of Maria De Witt Jesup, from the collection of 

her husband, Morris K. Jesup, 191 5. 

Op3-2 PORTRAIT OF A BOY. Life-size figure of a boy, seen 

Gallery to the knees, seated against a tree trunk and looking 

24 toward the left; his right hand is in his lap and the left 

back of his head; he has brown hair and is dressed in dark 

red with soft white collar; landscape background. 

H. 30 in. W. 24f in. Canvas. 

Bequest of Maria De Witt Jesup, from the collection of 

her husband, Morris K. Jesup, 191 5. 

ORLEY, Bernard (or Barend) van. Flemish; born about 1491 
or 1493, probably in Brussels; died there 1542. Studied 
in Rome under Raphael, returned to Brussels in 151 5, and 
in 1 5 18 was appointed official painter to the Regent of the 
Netherlands. Also made designs for tapestry and for 
stained glass. 

Or5-i VIRGIN AND CHILD WITH ANGELS. On the 
Gallery terrace of a palace, the Virgin, wearing a dark blue robe 
37 lined with fur and a red cloak over her shoulders, is seated 

in the foreground beside a bronze fountain and fondles the 
nude Child; beyond, two child angels sing out of an anti- 
phonary laid on a bench before them; trees are at the left 
and at the right is a wing of the palace; landscape back- 
ground with a precipitous hill at the left; two angels 
appear in the clouds. 
H. 33f in. W. 27y^6^ in. Wood. 
Bequest of Benjamin Altman, 191 3. 

ORPEN, William. British (Irish); born 1878 near Dublin; lives 
in London. Studied at Dublin School of Art and at Slade 
School in London. 

Or7-i LEADING THE LIFE IN THE WEST. Portrait of 

Gallery the artist. A mirror, in which is reflected the full-length, 

19 half-life-size figure standing on a black and white tiled 

floor and holding a riding whip in his left hand; he wears 

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ORPEN — OSTADE 

a dark gray overcoat and black derby hat; three windows 
with green Venetian bHnds are shown back of him. Nu- 
merous letters and envelopes are tucked back of the 
mirror frame and in front, on a marble shelf, are a syphon 
and several bottles. The title, according to the explana- 
tion given by the artist, refers to life in the West End of 
London. 

H. 4o| in. W. 33I in. Canvas. Bulletin, 1914, p. 130; 
ill. p. 105. 
Gift of George F. Baker, 1914. 

OSTADE, Adriaen van. Dutch; born 1610 at Haarlem; died 
there 1685. Pupil of Frans Hals; influenced by Brouwer 
and Rembrandt. Genre. Also etcher. 

Osyi-i THE OLD FIDDLER. In the foreground is the dark 

Gallery interior of a thatched barn with men and women smoking 

26 and drinking; through the open doorway is seen a cottage 

in bright sunlight; an old man is fiddling near the door 

over which leans a woman with a baby in her arms; 

numerous children are playing near by. 

H. 26f in. W. 33 J in. Canvas. Signed: AV. Ostade. 

1 64 1. 

Purchase, 1871. 

OS71-2 A SMOKER. An interior with a man filling his pipe; 
Gallery in the background at the right, a door is being opened 
26 and a man enters. 

H. ii^in. W. 9f in. Wood. 

Purchase, 1871. 

OS71-3 THE SMOKERS. An interior with two men seated at 
Gallery a table, smoking. 
26 H. 8 in. W. 7f in. Wood. 

Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1906. 

OSTADE, Isaac van. Dutch; born 162 1 at Haarlem; died there 
1649. Pupil of his brother, Adriaen van Ostade. Land- 
scapes and genre. 

OS72-1 WINTER IN HOLLAND. A broad frozen river with 

Gallery skaters and sleds; at the left is a point of land with a 

14 signal station and some houses; in the distance at the 

right there is a town on a low hill. 

H. 4of in. W. 58! in. Canvas. Signed: JOstade. 

Bulletin, 1914, p. 3, ill. 

Gift of George A. Hearn, 1893. 

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OUDRY— OUENS 

OUDRY, Jacques Charles. French; born 1720 at Paris; died 1778 
at Lausanne. Pupil of his father, Jean Baptiste Oudry 

Ou2-i COMBAT OF DOGS AND CATS. Landscape back- 
ground with a thatched cottage at the right. 
H. 38! in. W. 33f in. Canvas. Signed: J C Oudry 
fils 1752. 
Purchase, 1871. 

OUDRY, Jean Baptiste. French; born 1686 at Paris; died 1755 
at Beauvais. Pupil of Largilliere. Painted animals 
chiefly. 

Ou2i-i DUCKS. Marshy foreground with a group of ducks. 
Gallery one of which is flapping its wings; trees beyond. 

20 H. 25I in. W. 3if in. Canvas. Signed: J. B. Oudry 

1753- 
Purchase, 1871. 

bu2i-2 DOG GUARDING DEAD GAME. A hare and several 
Gallery birds are tied to a limb of a tree near ruined masonry; 
20 the dog is at the right. 

H. 25^ in. W. 3 if in. Canvas. Signed: J. B. Oudry 

1753- 
Purchase, 1871. 

OUENS, JuRRiAEN. Dutch; born 1623 at Tonningen, Holstein; 
died 1678 at Friedrichstadt. Pupil of Rembrandt at 
Amsterdam, where he lived in 1642 and again from 1656 
to 1662. 

OU3-1 PORTRAIT OF A LADY. Seated figure of a Dutch 

Gallery lady, seen to below the knees; a pair of gloves is held in 

26 her right hand; she wears a black dress, a broad fluted 

ruff, and a small white lace cap. 

H. 49I in. W. 38! in. Canvas. Signed: J. Oiiens feet. 

1650, 10 May. 

Gift of Henry G. Marquand, 1888. 



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PANNINI, Giovanni Paolo. Italian; born 1691 or 1695 at 
Piacenza; died 1768 (?) at Rome. Pupil of Lucatelli and 
of Benedetto Luti in Rome; influenced by Salvator Rosa. 

P19-1 CARDINAL POLIGNAC VISITING THE INTERIOR 

Gallery OF ST. PETER'S, ROME. (Cardinal Polignac was 

29 the French Charge d'Affaires in Rome from 1721 to 

1730.) A view of the nave of St. Peter's; at the right is 

the Cardinal followed by his suite in brilliant garments. 

H. 29I in. W. 39I in. Canvas. 

Purchase, 1871. 

PARSHALL, De Witt. American; born 1864 at Buffalo, N. Y.; 
lives in New York City. Pupil of Royal Academy at 
Dresden; Julian Academy, Cormon, and Alexander 
Harrison in Paris. Landscapes. 

P25-1 CATSKILLS; EAST KILL VALLEY NEAR JEWETT 
Gallery HEIGHTS. Fog clouds are rising from the mountains 
13 above East Kill Valley; steep, bare rocks form the side 

of a hill at the right. 

H. 32 in. W. 54 in. Canvas. Signed: DeWiTT Par- 
shall. Bulletin, 1909, p. 114, ill. 
Gift of George A. Hearn, 1909. 

PARTON, Arthur. American; born 1842 at Hudson, N. Y.; 
died 1914 at Yonkers, N. Y. Pupil of William T. Rich- 
ards in Philadelphia. Landscapes. 

P251-1 EVENING; HARLEM RIVER. The marshy edge of 
the river is in the foreground; boats are passing beneath 
an iron suspension bridge which crosses the middle 
distance; on the heights beyond are buildings with lights 
shining in the windows; wintry sunset sky. 
H. 33I in. W. 26 in. Canvas. Signed: Arthur Parton. 
Gift of William T. Evans, 1892. 

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PORTRAIT OF A MAN 
BY REMBRANDT 




OLD WOMAN CUTTING HER NAILS 
BY REMBRANDT 



PARTON — PATINIR 

P251-2 A NIGHT IN THE CATSKILLS. Moonlight falls 
through the branches of the trees that border the road 
in the foreground; at the right, partly hidden by trees, 
is a white house with lights in the windows. 
H. 17I in. W. 24 in. Canvas. Signed: Arthur Parton. 
Gift of Samuel T. Hubbard, 1908. 

PASINI, Alberto. Italian; born 1826 at Busseto near Parma; 
died 1899 at Cavoretto, near Turin. Pupil of Parma 
Academy; Eugene Ciceri in Paris; traveled in the Orient. 

P26-1 ENTRANCE TO A MOSQUE. A narrow courtyard 

Gallery with a man, two horses, and two dogs; sunlight strikes 

18 a tiled wall at the right; in the background a dark red 

curtain hangs at the door of the mosque. 

H. 35 in. W. 27! in; Canvas. Signed: A, Pasini 1873. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

P26-3 CONSTANTINOPLE. Men and women are near a 
buildingwhich stretches across the picture; bright sunlight. 
H. 14I in. W. 21 j% in. Canvas. Signed: A. Pasini, 
1886. 

Bequest of Mrs. Martha T. Fiske Collord, in memory of 
Josiah M. Fiske, 1908. 

PATER, Jean Baptiste Joseph. French; born 1695 at Valen- 
ciennes; died 1736 at Paris. Pupil of his father, Antoine 
Joseph Pater, and of Watteau. Painted stately festivals. 

P27C-1 THE COMICAL MARCH. A group of strolling players 
at the entrance to a town; at the left three girls are 
seated beneath a bust of the god Pan. A copy, perhaps 
contemporary, of the painting in the collection of 
Lord Pembroke at Wilton House, near Salisbury, England. 
H. 29 in. W. 24 in. Canvas. 
Purchase, 1871. 

PATINIR, Joachim. Flemish; born about 1485 at or near Bou- 
vignes (or Dinant); died before 1524. He was the first 
Flemish painter to make the landscape the most import- 
ant part of his pictures. 

P271-1 IMAGINARY LANDSCAPE. A wide expanse of 

Gallery country with buildings, trees, and numerous small figures 

34 and groups; in the center of the picture is a river which 

flows under a bridge in the foreground and in the distance 

empties into the sea near a precipitous mass of rock. 

H. 26I in. W. 36I in. Wood. 

Purchase, Rogers Fund, 19 16. 

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PAXTON — PEELE 

PAXTON, William M. American; born 1869 at Baltimore, Md.; 
lives in Boston. Pupil of Dennis M. Bunker in Boston; 
Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris under Gerome. 

P29-1 TEA-LEAVES. An interior with two young ladies at 
Gallery a tea table; one, standing at the left with her back toward 

15 the spectator, pours tea; the other, seated in front of a 
screen on the far side of the table, studies the leaves in the 
cup that she holds with both hands; the general color 
scheme is gray and gold with large masses of white and 
touches of blue. 

H. 36I in. W. 28f in. Canvas. Signed: PAXTON 1909. 
Gift of George A. Hearn, 1910. 

PEALE, Charles Willson. American; born 1741 in Queen 
Anne County, Md.; died 1827 at Philadelphia, where he 
had lived since 1776. Pupil of John Hesselius in Mary- 
land; Benjamin West in London. Portraits. 

P31-2 GEORGE WASHINGTON. (First President of theUnited 
Gallery States, from 1789 to 1797.) Life-size, full-length, standing 

16 portrait, with his three-cornered hat held in his right hand, 
and the left resting on a cannon; he wears a dark blue coat 
faced with buff, buff waistcoat, and knee breeches; 
a broad blue sash (prescribed for himself in the general 
orders at Cambridge July 14, 1775, to designate the 
Commander-in-Chief) crosses his breast; behind him, at 
the right, a horse is held by an attendant; at the left is a 
landscape with a stormy sky; flags and accoutrements 
rest against the cannon in the foreground. 

H. 95 in. W. 6if in. Canvas. 
Gift of Collis P. Huntington, 1896. 

PEARCE, Charles Sprague. American; born 185 1 at Boston, 
Mass.; died 19 14 at Auvers-sur-Oise, France. Pupil of 
Bonnat. 

P32-1 MEDITATION. Life-size figure of a nun, seen to the 
waist with the face in profile to the left; she holds a 
sheet of music. 

H. 2i| in. W. i8| in. Canvas. Signed: Charles Sprague 
Pearce. 
Gift of several gentlemen, 1899. 

PEELE, John T. British; born 1822 at Peterborough, England; 
died 1897 in England. Lived in New York from 1846 
to 1851. 

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PEELE — PESELLINO 

P34-1 SPRING FLOWERS. A little girl dressed in white 
is seated on the ground near trees; there are v/ild flowers 
in her lap. 

H. 30 in. W. 25 in. Canvas; oval. Signed: J. T. 
Peek 1880. 
Gift of Samuel P. Avery, 1904. 

PELLEGRINO DA SAN DANIELE. Italian (Venetian); born 
1473 (?); died 1547. A painter of Friuli, influenced by 
Cima and later by the Giorgionesque painters of Venice. 

P35-1 A MUSICAL PARTY. Two men and two women 
standing, seen to below the waist; the men are playing 
flutes and the woman at the right holds the music; colon- 
nade and landscape background. Perhaps by Pelle- 
grino, according to Bernhard Berenson. Formerly at- 
tributed to Bonifazio. 
H. 33 in. W. 52 in. Canvas. 
Gift of Morris K. Jesup, 1874. 

PELOUSE, Leon Germain. French; born at Pierrelaye, Seine- 
et-Oise, 1838; died there 1891. 

P36-1 JANUARY. Snow scene with a group of cottages at 
the left and a wood beyond; sunset sky. 
H. 35f in. W. 465 in. Canvas. Signed: L. Pelouse. 
Gift of Mabel Schaus, 1888. 

PERUGINO; real name Pietro di Cristoforo Vannucci. Italian 
(Umbrian); born 1446 at Cittk della Pieve; died 1523 at 
Fontignano, near Perugia. Influenced at first by Niccolo 
da Foligno, Fiorenzo di Lorenzo, and Piero della Fran- 
cesca, and later by Verrocchio. 

P43-1 THE RESURRECTION. The figure of Christ, with a 

Gallery red drapery about the lower limbs and holding a red 

30 banner with a white cross, stands on the edge of the 

open tomb; there are four guards, of whom three are 

asleep, and the one in the background at the left is run- 
• ning away; beyond is a vast plain with hills at the right 

and left and distant blue mountains. Part of a predella; 

the other panels are in Chicago. 

H. lofin. W. i8in. Tempera on wood. Bulletin, 191 1, 

p. 130, ill. 

Purchase, Hewitt Fund, 191 1. 

PESELLINO; real name Francesco di Stefano. Italian (Florentine); 
born 1422 at Florence; died there 1457. Taught perhaps 

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PESELLINO 

by his grandfather, Giuliano Pesello; influenced by Fra 
Filippo Lippi. 

P431-1 MADONNA WITH ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST AND 

Gallery ST. JOHN THE APOSTLE. The Madonna is enthroned 

33 and holds the Child in her left arm; St. John the Baptist 

stands at the left on the platform of the throne and St. 

John the Apostle at the right. 

H. 26f in. W. i7y^^ in. Tempera on wood. Bulletin, 

1906, p. 164. 

Gift of George Brauer, 1906. 

P431-2 CRUCIFIXION. The Cross is in the center; St. Mary 

Gallery Magdalen in a vermilion mantle and blue robe kneels at 

33 its foot; the Virgin in a blue mantle and crimson robe is 

at the left looking at the figure of Christ; St. John in 

red mantle and blue robe stands mourning at the right. 

There is a rocky foreground and a landscape background; 

clear luminous sky with dark blue clouds above. 

H. i6| in. W. I if in. Tempera on wood. Bulletin, 

1919, pp. 155-156, ill. 

Purchase, Marquand Fund, 19 19. 

School of Pesellino. 

P43 iS-i SCENES FROM THE STORY OF THE ARGONAUTS. 
Gallery (The incidents of the story of Jason and the Argonauts 
33 appear in the Hesiodic poems.) These two panels 

formed parts of chests. At the left, Jason in his 
golden armor (by which he can be distinguished throughout 
the picture) bids farewell to King Peleas, the usurper 
of the throne of lolcus; he is next seen with his horse at 
the foot of a stairway starting out to enlist companions; 
in the distance Orpheus and several horsemen are at 
the base of a jagged rock; to the right on the top of 
a flat rock, Orpheus, Jason, and another consult the cen- 
taur Chiron; the abduction of Hylas is shown at the ex- 
treme right and in the distance is the Argo with the 
P431S-2 heroes on board. The second panel illustrates the do- 
Gallery ings of the Argonauts after their arrival in Colchis. 
33 Jason addresses King /Eetes, who is seated on a dais sup- 

ported on the backs of two white horses driven by a naked 
child; two women stand on the dais with the king, one 
of them being his daughter Medea; at the extreme right 
Jason kneels before the king in an upper porch of the 
palace while Medea looks on from a window; at the bot- 
tom of the steps Jason is shown with one foot in 

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the stirrup and farther to the left he gallops across the 
drawbridge. In a circular enclosure in the center of the 
picture, the fleece hangs on a tree; at the right Jason is 
killing the dragon while Orpheus plays a viola; the fire- 
breathing oxen are yoked to a plough and the warriors, 
who have grown from the dragon's teeth, are killing one 
another; outside the enclosure is the white figure of 
Diana with her hounds and a scene of witchcraft. 
H. igf in. W. 56 in. each. Tempera on wood. Bulle- 
tin, 1909, p. 224, ill. 
Gift of J. Pierpont Morgan, 1909. 

PHILIP, John. British (Scotch); born 1817 at Aberdeen; died 
1867 at London. Pupil of T. M. Joy in London and of 
Royal Academy Schools. 

P53-1 GOSSIPS AT THE WELL. A courtyard with men and 
Gallery women in Spanish costumes; a donkey with elaborate 
14 trappings stands near the well. 

H. i8y^^ in. W. 26f in. Canvas. Monogrammed: J P. 

Gift of George A. Hearn, 1906. 

PICKNELL, William L. American; born 1854 at Windham, Vt.; 
died 1897 at Marblehead, Mass. Pupil of Inness, 
Gerome, and Robert Wylie; lived for some years in Eng- 
land. Landscapes. 

P$8-i BLEAK DECEMBER. (The scene is in the New 
Forest, Brockenhurst, Hampshire, England.) A group 
of leafless oaks is seen against a wintry sky; in the 
foreground at the left is a road between trees; a horse and 
wagon are disappearing along the road. 
H. 56! in. W. 8o| in. Canvas. Signed: W. L. Pick- 
nell. 87. 
Gift of Samuel P. Avery, Jr., 1890. 

P58-2 BORDERS OF THE LOING. At the right is a tow- 
. path with a man on horseback drawing a scow; a row of 
trees and a field are beyond; the river flows through the 
foreground at the left, and on the far bank, at the foot 
of a hill, is a group of low red-roofed buildings. 
H. 585 in. W. 83 in. Canvas. Signed: Wm. L. Pick- 
nell. Bulletin, 1906, p. 133, ill. 
Bequest of Mrs. Gertrude Flagg, 1906. 

PIERO DI COSIMO; real name Piero di Lorenzo. Italian (Flor- 
entine); born 1462 at Florence; died there about 1521, 
Pupil of Cosimo Rosselli. 

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PIERO DI COSIMO — PILOTY 

P61-1 HUNTING SCENE. (This and the following picture 

Gallery were doubtless cassone panels.) A forest with men, 

31 centaurs, satyrs, and animals in combat in the foreground. 

H. 28 in. W. 66f in. Wood. 

Gift of Robert Gordon, 1875. 

P61-2 RETURN FROM THE HUNT. Men, women, and 

Gallery satyrs are disembarking from boats and carrying dead 

31 game; at the left a forest fire is raging and driving 

the game into the water. 

H. 28 in. W. 66f in. Wood. 

Gift of Robert Gordon, 1875. 

PIETRO DI DOMENICO DA MONTEPULCIANO. Italian 
(Central); early fifteenth century. Influenced by Simone 
Martini, Lippo Memmi, and Bartolo di Fredi. 

P611-1 MADONNA AND CHILD ENTHRONED WITH 
Gallery ANGELS. The Madonna, wearing a blue-black mantle 
31 with a pattern of cherubs' heads in gold, is seated on a 

vermilion cloth with a design of roses in gold; she holds 
the Child on her lap and lifts His transparent drapery 
with her left hand; back of the Virgin are four angels — 
two kneeling in adoration, one playing a lute, and the 
other a harp. 

H. 34! in. W. 263^^^ in. Tempera on wood. Signed: 
Petrus: dominici: demonte: pulinano % pinsit ^ m : 
cccc ' XX • Bulletin, 1907, p. 117, ill. 
Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1907. 

PIETRO DI DOMENICO DI PIETRO. Italian (Sienese); born 
1457 ^t Siena; died there 1501. Influenced by Matteo 
di Giovanni, Francesco di Giorgio, and Benvenuto di 
Giovanni. 

P612-1 VIRGIN AND CHILD, SAINT PETER, AND SAINT 

Gallery PAUL. A half-length of the Virgin suckling the Child; 

31 her robe is of cloth of gold with a design in red, and a 

dark mantle is over her head and shoulders; back of her 

are the heads of the two saints, St. Peter at the left and 

St. Paul at the right. 

H. 20j in. W. 13^ in. Tempera on wood. 

Gift of Frederic Coudert, 1888. 

PILOTY, Carl Theodore von. German (Munich); born 1826 
at Munich; died 1886 at Ambach-am-Starnberger See. 
Pupil of his father, the lithographer, Ferdinand Piloty; 

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PILOTY — PINTURICCHIO 

studied at Munich Academy under Schnorr and Karl 
Schorn. 

P64-1 PARABLE OF THE WISE AND FOOLISH VIRGINS. 

Gallery (For the story, see St. Matthew, chapter 25, verses i 

18 to 15.) Ten women are upon a stone terrace above a 

fountain; trees and a white marble temple in the Egyptian 

style form the background. 

H. 41 J in. W. 86| in. Canvas. Signed: C Piloty. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

P64-2 THUSNELDA AT THE TRIUMPHAL ENTRY OF 
GERMANICUS INTO ROME. (The event took place 
in 17 A. D.) The Roman Emperor, Tiberius, is seated 
under a canopy watching the procession; Germanicus, 
upon a triumphal car and accompanied by his five sons, 
appears in the distance at the left; from the car to the 
foreground is a procession of German captives, the prin- 
cipal figure being Thusnelda, the wife of a German prince, 
with her little son Tumelicus. 

H. 53 in. W. 77^ in. Canvas. Signed: Carl Piloty. 
Gift of Horace Russell, 1887. 

PINE, Robert Edge. British-American; born 1742 at London; 
died 1790 at Philadelphia, Pa., where he had settled in 
1784. Historical and portrait painter. 

P65-1 PORTRAIT OF MRS. REID IN THE CHARACTER 
Gallery OF A SULTANA. Life-size figure, seen to below the 
14 waist with the face in profile to the right; she is seated 

at a table and holds in her right hand a blue and white 
cup; she wears a white dress with a blue sash and a blue 
and gold scarf; a negress, wearing a white turban, 
is dimly seen at the left. 
H. 35I in. W. 28 in. Canvas. 
Gift of George A. Hearn, 1896. 

PINTURICCHIO; real name Bernardino di Betto. Italian (Um- 
brian); born 1454 at Perugia; died 15 13 at Siena. Pupil 
of Fiorenzo di Lorenzo. Influenced by Perugino with 
whom he collaborated in the Sistine Chapel; and also by 
Signorelli. 
P65 i-i- Twenty-two panels from the ceiling of the reception room 

22 of the Palazzo del Magnifico in Siena. 

Gallery About the garland are four panels shaped somewhat like 
32 shields (each about H. 36 in., W. 43^ in.j with winged 

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PINTURICCHIO — POLLAIUOLO 

infants holding ribbons. Next to them are four panels 
of an oval shape but with the ends cut off: the Judgment 
of Paris (H. 24! in., W. 40I in.); a Figure on a Sea Horse 
(H. 24I in., W. 39I in.); the Hunt of the Calydonian 
Boar (H. 25 in., W. 41 in.); and Helle (?) (H. 24I in., 
W. 39 in.). About these are eight panels of an axe-head 
shape: the Triumph of Mars (H. 31 in,, W. 32 in.); the 
Triumph of Amphitrite (H. 30^ in., W. 28 in.); the Tri- 
umph of Alexander (H. 3of in., W. 28^ in.); the Triumph 
of Apollo (H. 31I in., W. 30! in.); Pluto and Proserpine 
(H. 31 in., W. 3if in.); the Triumph of Ceres (H. 31I 
in., W. 30I in.); the Triumph of Cybele (H. 30I in., W. 
28I in.); the Triumph of a Warrior (H. 30I in., W. 28| 
in.). 

In the corners arecircular panels: the Three Graces (diam- 
eter, 19I in.); Venus (diameter, 19I in.); Jupiter and 
Antiope (diameter, 19! in.); Bacchus and Silenus (diam- 
eter, 19! in.). The squares of ornament surrounding 
these are original work. 

Of the four lunette-shaped panels at the outer edge of 
the ceiling two represent the Rape of Europa (H. 17^ in., 
W. 41^ in.); and Hercules and Omphale (H. 17I in., W. 
39 in.). The other two are missing. 
The mouldings and ornamental reliefs are cast from the 
originals still in place. 
Fresco on plaster transferred to canvas. 
Purchase, Rogers Fund, 19 14. 

PIOMBO. See Sebastiano del Piombo. 

POELENBURGH, Cornelis van. Dutch; born 1586 at Utrecht; 
died there 1667. Pupil of Abraham Bloomaert; lived 
for long periods in Italy and in England. 

P75-1 FAUNS AND NYMPHS BATHING. The shore of a 
lake with the bathers in the immediate foreground; woods 
beyond. 

H. 8f in. W. II in. Wood. 
Purchase, 1871. 

POGGIO, DEL. See Giovanni di Paolo. 

POLLAIUOLO, Antonio. Italian (Florentine); born 1432 (or 
1429 or 1433) at Florence; died 1498 in Rome. In- 
fluenced by Donatello and Andrea del Castagno. Also 
sculptor, goldsmith, and engraver. 

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POLLAIUOLO — PRATT 
School of Pollaiuolo. 

P76S-1 SAINT CHRISTOPHER AND THE INFANT CHRIST. 

Gallery A colossal figure of Saint Christopher, standing almost 
31 knee-deep in the water and carrying the Infant Christ on 

his left shoulder; the Saint wears a red cloak lined 
with yellow and the Child is dressed in greenish blue. 
Berenson attributes the design to Antonio and the 
execution to Piero; he also states that this is the fresco 
referred to by Vasari as having been painted for San 
Miniato-fra-le-Torri in Florence. Bode considers it a 
work of Sienese-Umbrian origin. 
H. 112 in. W. 59 in. (sight). Fresco on plaster. 
Gift of Cornelius Vanderbilt, 1880. 

PONTE, Jacopo da. See Bassano. 

POUSSIN, Gaspard. See Dughet. 

POUSSIN, Nicolas. French; born 1593 at Villeres, district of 
Andelys in Normandy; died 1665 at Rome, Italy. Spent 
the greater part of his life in Rome where he was in- 
fluenced by the school of Giulio Romano. Landscape 
and historical painter. 

P86-r MYTHOLOGICAL SUBJECT. Two nude male figures 

Gallery recline on the bank of a stream; in the foreground two 

20 infants, crowned with leaves, clasp large vases from 

which water flows. Listed in Smith's Catalogue Rai- 

sonne under the title: The Groves and Rural Streams. 

H. 28y^ in. W. 38! in. Canvas. 

Purchase, 1871. 

School of Poussin. 

P86S-1 LANDSCAPE WITH FIGURES. A faun, standing in 
Gallery a stream, is bringing fruit and flowers to a nymph, who 
20 lies on a blue drapery on the bank. 

H. 25 in. W. 29! in. Canvas. 

Gift of George H. Boughton, 1892. 

P86S-2 LANDSCAPE WITH FAUN AND NYMPH. A cupid 

Gallery is leading a goat ridden by a nymph, above whose head 

20 a faun holds a piece of red drapery; two other cupids 

play with baskets of flowers. 

H. 25 in. W. 29! in. Canvas. 

Gift of George H. Boughton, 1892. 

PRATT, Matthew. American; born 1734 -at Philadelphia; died 

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PRATT — PREYER 

there 1805. Pupil of his uncle, James Claypoole, in 
Philadelphia; Benjamin West in London. 

P88-1 THE AMERICAN SCHOOL. (Portraits of American 
Gallery painters in the London studio of Benjamin West.) At 
16 the left, wearing green small-clothes and a black hat, 

stands West, correcting a drawing held by Pratt, who 
wears a violet suit and is seated near a table; a student 
dressed in brown is seated before an easel in the im- 
mediate foreground at the right • two younger men are 
at the farther side of the table. 

H.36in. W. 50Y\in. Canvas. Signed: M. Pratt ad 1765. 
Gift of Samuel P. Avery, 1897. 

PREDIS, Ambrogio de. Italian (Milanese); born between 1450 
and 1460; died after 1506. Influenced by Leonardo 
da Vinci, whom he assisted. 

P91-1 GIRL WITH CHERRIES. A young woman, seen to 
Gallery the waist; she holds a dish of fruit from which she lifts 
30 cherries with her right hand; her brown hair falls 

over her shoulders and a garland of green leaves rests 
on her forehead; she wears a low-necked dress with red 
sleeves slashed to show white puffs. Attributed to 
Leonardo until Roger Fry in 1906 changed it to 
de Predis; Berenson in 1897 ascribed it to Beltraffio. 
H. I9j in. W. 14I in. Wood. 
Gift of Henry G. Marquand, 1890. 

PRENDERGAST, Maurice B. American; born 1862 at Boston, 
Mass.; lives in New York City. Pupil of Joseph Blance 
at the Julian Academy in Paris. Landscapes and out- 
of-doors subjects. 

P911-51 THE PARK. Figures of ladies in light dresses of blue. 

Gallery white, and pink stand in the full sunlight in a landscape 

12 of lawn and trees and river. The sky is light blue with 

white clouds. 

H. 29^ in. W. 42I in. Canvas. Signed: Prendergast. 

Lent by Edward W. Root, 19 19. 

PREYER, Emilie. German; born 1849 at Diisseldorf; lives there. 
Pupil of her father, Johann Wilhelm Preyer. Still life. 

P92-1 FRUIT, FLOWERS, ETC. On a marble-topped table 
S. W. is a tray with white grapes, plums, peaches, and a glass 
Stairway of wine; there are flowers in another glass. 

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PREYER — PUVIS DE CHAVANNES 

H. 12^^^ in. W. 15I in. Canvas. Signed: Emilie Preyer. 
Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

PREYER, JoHANN WiLHELM. German; born 1803 at Diisseldorf; 
died there 1889. Pupil of Diisseldorf Academy. Still life. 

P921-1 GRAPES, PLUMS, NUTS, ETC. A bird is perched 
Gallery on a twig above some fruit which lies on the ground. 
18 H. 13! in. W. 17^^(5^ in. Canvas. Signed: JWPreyer. 

1874. 
Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

PRUDHON, Pierre. French; born 1758 at Cluny; died 1823 at 
Paris. Pupil of Desvoges in Doyn; worked seven 
years in Rome; spent most of his life in Paris. Histor- 
ical subjects and portraits. 

P95-1 ASSUMPTION OF THE VIRGIN. The Virgin, 
Gallery wearing a light red robe and a dark blue mantle, is 

20 ascending to heaven supported by three cherubs; in the 
immediate foreground St. Peter, holding the key, leans on 
the tomb and points upward; St. Paul is prostrate in 
the foreground at the left; St. John with his hand on 
the empty tomb, looks up in wonder; a golden light 
breaks through the clouds. This is a sketch for the 
picture exhibited at the Salon in 1819 and now in the 
Louvre at Paris; another study is in the Wallace 
Collection in London. 

H. 18^ in. W. 9I in. Canvas. Signed: P. P. Prudhon. 

1816. 

Gift of Henry G. Marquand, 1888. 

PUVIS DE CHAVANNES, Pierre. French; born 1824 at Lyons; 
died 1898 at Paris. Pupil of Henri Scheffer and of Couture 
in Paris. Mural paintings. 

P99-1 THE SHEPHERD'S SONG. Le Chant du Berger. 
Gallery Three women are near a pool in the foreground, listening 

21 to the pipes of a shepherd seated on the rocks in the 
middle distance at the left; deep blue sea in the distance. 
The same composition was used by Puvis for the decora- 
tion in the Palais des Arts at Lyons, France. 

H. 41I in. W. 43I in. Canvas. Signed: P. Puvis de 

Chavannes 1891. 

Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1906. 

P99-51 CHILD GATHERING APPLES. A woman lifts a 

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PUVIS DE CHAVANNES 

Gallery partly nude boy toward the boughs of an apple tree, 
21 which hang over a wall at the left. 

H. 33I in. W. 2ij in; Canvas. Signed: P. Puvis de 

Chavannes93. 

Lent by Mrs. Charles Du Pont Coudert, 191 1. 

P99-52 THE RIVER. At the left, on the shore of a river, are 
Gallery women working and tending children; on a little island 
21 near by three women are bathing; back of the foreground 

groups men are building a bridge; a covered barge is 
beyond the island; level country on the far shore. An 
allegory of the fecundity of Picardy ; painting for the right 
half of Ave Picardia nutrix (Hail Picardy nurse), a decor- 
ation in the Amiens Museum. 

H. 51 in. W. 99I in. Canvas. Signed: P. Puvis de 
Chavannes. Bulletin, 191 5, p. 75. 
Lent by John Quinn, 191 5. 

P99~53 THE CIDER. At the right a woman is seated against a 
Gallery brick wall with a child in her lap and another in a cradle; 
21 beside her an old man and an old woman are watching 

women and children carrying apples to a man seated on 
the rim of a great vat; beyond, under a shelter of thatch, 
four men turn a grain mill; at the extreme right a house 
is being built and near it is a shepherd with his flock. 
Painting for the left half of Ave Picardia nutrix. 
H. 51 in. W. 99j in. Canvas. Signed: P. Puvis de 
Chavannes. Bulletin, 191 5, p. 75. 
Lent by John Quinn, 191 5. 

P99-54 BEHEADING OF SAINT JOHN THE BAPTIST. In 
Gallery the center of the prison courtyard, in front of a fig tree, 
21 kneels St. John, looking straight ahead of him with his 

palms outstretched; at the left the executioner swings 
his sword to strike off the Saint's head; Salome has entered 
the door at the right and stands waiting with the charger 
in her right hand. 

H. 49 in. W. 65! in. Canvas. Signed: Puvis de Cha- 
vannes 1869. Bulletin, 191 5, p. 75. 
Lent by John Quinn, 191 5. 

P99-55 THE BALLOON. Less than life-size, full-length figure 

N. W. of a woman, dressed in black, seen from the back standing 

Stairway on fortifications; her right hand holds a musket with 

bayonet and the left is raised toward a balloon which is 

high in the air at the left; below are a tent, cannon, and 

shells; beyond is a plain with a hill (Mont Valerien). 



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Painted during the siege of Paris, it typifies one of the 
means of outside communication left to the besieged city. 
The frame is inscribed: la ville de paris investie 
coNFiE A l'air SON APPEL A LA FRANCE. — The invested 
city of Paris confides to the air her appeal to France. 
H. 54^ in. W. 34 in. Brown monochrome on canvas. 
Signed: P. Puvis de Chavannes 1870. 
Lent by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Harkness Flagler, 1919. 

P99-56 THE CARRIER PIGEON. Less than life-size, full- 
N. W. lengthfigureof a woman, dressed in black, seen almost full- 
Stairway face, standing on a roof; with her right hand she holds a 
pigeon to her breast and the left is raised to ward off a 
pursuing falcon; below and beyond are a bridge (Pont 
Neuf) and the Island of the City with Notre Dame, the 
Sainte Chapelle, and other noted buildings; it is winter 
and the snow has fallen. Companion piece to P99-55; 
it refers to another means of communication. The frame 
is inscribed: echappe a la serre ennemie le message 

ATTENDU EXALTE LE COEUR DE LA FIERE CITE — Escaped 

from the claws of the enemy, the expected message exalts 

the heart of the proud city. 

H. 54^ in. W. 34 in. Brown monochrome on canvas. 

Signed: P. Puvis de Chavannes 1871. 

Lent by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Harkness Flagler, 1919. 

P99-57 THE YOUTH OF SAINT GENEVIEVE. In the 
Gallery border is an inscription which, translated, is as follows: 
21 "In the year 429, St. Germain of Auxerre and St. Loup 

of Troyes, traveling to England to combat the heresies of 
Pelagius, arrive in the neighborhood of Nanterre. In the 
crowd that gathers to meet them, St. Germain dis- 
tinguishes a child who he perceives is marked with the 
divine seal. He questions her and foretells to her 
parents the high destiny to which she is called. This 
child was Saint Genevieve, the patron saint of Paris." 
In the center panel the Saints meet the child Genevieve 
in the company of her parents and neighbors. At the 
left a boat with four sailors is close to the shore in the 
foreground and beyond people are carrying a sick man 
from a stone house in the hope that the Saint may heal 
him. In the right-hand panel a woman is milking a 
cow under a thatched shed in the foreground and beyond 
are country people, some of them holding the bishop's 
mules. These panels and the following are the studies 

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for the mural decorations in the Pantheon, Paris. See 

Bulletin, 1916, p. 134. 

H. 52f in. W. center, 34 in.; each end, 32^ in. Canvas. 

Signed: P. Puvis de Chavannes 79. 

Lent by Mrs. James Byrne, 1916. 

P99-58 PROCESSION OF SAINTS. (These are the patron 
Gallery saints of France. Portraits of the artist and of his 
21 friends are introduced, his own being the second from 

the right.) A procession of twenty saints proceeding 
from right to left: the monster in the center panel is the 
dragon that St. Margaret subdued. Three panels 
enclosed in a border, forming the frieze above the pre- 
ceding. The Youth of Saint Genevieve, in the Pantheon 
decorations. 

H. 3of in. W. center, 35^ in.; each end, 33 J In. Canvas. 
Lent by Mrs. James Byrne, 1916. 

P99-59 FAITH, HOPE, AND CHARITY AT THE CRADLE 

Gallery OF SAINT GENEVIEVE. Three angels stand back 

21 of the cradle and a lamb lies in front of it. Enclosed 

in a border. This forms the frieze over the single panel 

in the Pantheon where St. Genevieve is shown in prayer. 

H. 3of in. W. 30 in. Canvas. 

Lent by Mrs. James Byrne, 1916. 



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RAEBURN, Sir Henry. British (Scotch); born 1756 at Stock- 
bridge near Edinburgh; died 1823 at Edinburgh. Pupil 
of David Martin in Edinburgh; later lived in London. 
Portraits. 

R12-1 WILLIAM FORSYTH. Life-size figure, seen to the 

Gallery waist with the face nearly full-front; he wears a blue- 

14 black coat, white vest and white ruffled shirt front; his 

complexion is florid; brown background. 

H. 30 in. W. 24I in. Canvas. 

Gift of Arthur Hoppock Hearn, 1896. 

R12-2 DR. JOSEPH BLACK. (1728-1799; a chemist who was 
Gallery professor of medicine in the Glasgow University and 
24 professor of chemistry at the University of Edinburgh.) 

Life-size, seated figure, seen to below the knees; both arms 
rest on the arms of the mahogany chair, the seat of which 
is upholstered in red; a dark red curtain is draped in the 
background showing a landscape through a window at the 
left. 

H. 50^f in. W. 40I in. Canvas. Bulletin, 1912, p. 76, ill. 
Gift of Victor G. Fischer, 1912. 

RAFFAELLI, Jean Francois. French; born 1850 at Paris; 
lives there. Pupil of Jean Leon Gerome. Genre, chiefly 
street scenes. 

R121-1 PLACE ST. GERMAIN DES PRES, PARIS. A church 

Gallery and other buildings near an open square; the foreground 

21 is in shadow; in the sunlight beyond, people, omnibuses, 

and carriages are passing, 

H. 27! in. W. 31I in. Canvas. Signed: J F RAF 

FAELLI. 

Purchase, Wolfe Fund, 1908. 

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RAFFAELLI — RAPHAEL 

R121-2 MR. FLETCHER'S NEW YORK RESIDENCE. The 

Gallery house at the southeast corner of Fifth Avenue and 79th 

21 Street; seen in autumn from Central Park, with trees to 

the left and groups of loungers. 

H. 23! in. W. 32 in. Canvas. Signed: J. F. Raffaelli. 

Mr. and Mrs. Isaac D. Fletcher Collection. 

Bequest of Isaac D. Fletcher, 1917. 

RAIBOLINI, Francesco. See Francia. 

RAMBERG, Arthur Georg von. Austrian; born 1819 at 
Vienna; died 1875 at Munich. Pupil of the Prague 
Academy and of the Dresden Academy under Hiibner. 

R14-1 THE MEETING ON THE LAKE. A young woman 
S. W. in a pink and white dress is in a rowboat and a young 
Stairway man in another boat is holding her hand. 

H. 45§ in. W. 36I in. Canvas. Signed: Ramberg- 

1869. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

RAND, Ellen Emmet; Mrs. William B. Rand. See Emmet. 

RANGER, Henry W. American; born 1858 in New York State; 
died 1916 in New York City. Landscapes. 

R15-1 SPRING WOODS. In the foreground are brown and 
Gallery yellow leaves with gray rocks protruding; a stone wall is 
13 in the middle distance and beyond are the woods. 

H. 28 in. W. 36 in. Canvas. Signed: H. W. Ranger. 

Bulletin, 1906, p. 56. 

Gift of George A. Hearn, 1906. 

R15-2 HIGHBRIDGE, NEW YORK. In the foreground at 
Gallery the right is the steep grassy slope of Highbridge Park with 
12 the water tower beyond; in the middle distance the arches 

of Highbridge, in bright sunlight, are reflected in the 
Harlem River; two boats, drawn by a steam tug, are ap- 
proaching the bridge; the roofs and smoke stacks of 
the city are in the distance; iridescent sky with pinkish 
clouds. 

H. 40J in. W. 49I in. Canvas. Signed: H.W. Ranger. 
1905 - Bulletin, 1907, p. 89, ill. 
Gift of William T. Evans, 1907. 

RAPHAEL; real name Raphaello Sanzio. Italian; born 1483 
at Urbino; died 1520 at Rome. Pupil first of Timoteo 
Viti, later became assistant and pupil of Perugino; went 
to Florence, where he was associated with Fra Barto- 

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lommeo and influenced by Leonardo and Michaelangelo; 
in 1508 went to Rome to decorate the Vatican Stanze 
and the rest of his life was passed in that city. 

R18-1 VIRGIN AND CHILD ENTHRONED WITH SAINTS. 

Gallery The Virgin, in a red dress and a mantle of blue-black 
1 1 dotted with gold, sits on a raised throne backed with a 

cloth of crimson and gold and under a circular canopy with 
green hangings; the Child, seated on her knee, is dressed 
in white and blesses the infant St. John, who wears a 
camel-skin shirt and red tunic; in the foreground stand 
the two apostles, St. Peter at the left, in a dark blue 
robe and brown mantle with the gold and silver keys of 
Heaven and Hell, and St. Paul at the right, in a black 
robe and red mantle, leaning on his sword; back of St. 
Peter is St. Catherine of Alexandria, wearing a dark 
purple dress and green cloak, her right hand resting on 
the wheel upon which she was martyred; back of St. Paul 
is St. Cecilia in green with a light gray cloak, and with the 
palm of martyrdom, the book of wisdom, and her attri- 
bute of a crown of pink and white roses. In the lunette 
above, God the Father is blessing and on each side of 
him are an adoring angel and a cherub's head. (The 
Madonna di San Antonio, ordered by the nuns of the 
Convent of St. Anthony of Padua at Perugia, was begun 
in 1504 and completed in 1505, after the artist's visit 
to Florence. Also known as the Colonna altarpiece 
because it was in the possession of the Colonna family 
from shortly after 1677, when it was sold by the nuns, 
until 1802. See Bulletin, 1913, p. 5.) 
H. 68 in. W. 67I in.; lunette, H. 30 in. W. 72^ in. 
Wood. Bulletin, 1913, pp. 2, 52, ill. p. 3; 1916, ill. p. 59. 
Gift of J. Pierpont Morgan, 19 16. 

RAVESTEYN, Jan Anthonisz. van. Dutch; born about 1572; 
died 1657 at The Hague, where he had been a member of 
the guild of St. Luke since 1598. Portraits. 

R19-1 PORTRAIT OF A LADY. Life-size, seen to the waist; 
she is dressed in black with a wide fluted white neck ruff 
and a white lace cap. 

H. 26I in. W. 22I in. Wood. Signed: Anno 1635 
J V R. (entwined) F. 
Gift of Henry Goldman, 1912. 

RECCO, Giuseppe. Italian (Neapolitan); born 1634 at Naples; 
died 1695 at Madrid or at Naples. Pupil of A. Falcone 
and P. Porpora; worked at the Spanish court. Still life. 

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R24-1 FRUIT. Pomegranates, grapes, and other fruits on a 
rocky ledge; a lizard is in the foreground. Purchased 
as a Velazquez. 

H. 24^ in. W. 29 in. Canvas. 
Purchase, 1871. 

REDFIELD, Edward W. American; born 1868 at Bridgeville, 
Del.; lives at Centre Bridge, Pa. Pupil of the Penn- 
sylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in Philadelphia; 
Bouguereau and Robert-Fleury in Paris. Landscapes. 

R241-1 OVERLOOKING THE VALLEY. Hilly country in 
Gallery early spring with bare trees and melting snow. 

12 H. 31I in. W. 39 1\ in. Canvas. Signed: E. W. RED- 

FIELD. Bulletin, 1916, p. 265, ill. 
Gift of Mrs. E. H. Harriman, 1916. 

REGNAULT, Alexandre Georges Henri. French; born 1843 
at Paris; died 1871 during the attack on Buzenval in the 
Franco-Prussian war. Son of the celebrated chemist, 
professor at the College of France, then director of the 
Sevres manufactory, pupil of Montfort and Cabanel; 
worked in Rome, Spain, and Tangiers. 

R26-1 SALOME. (The moment chosen is after the dance 
Gallery before Herod when Salome claims as her reward the 
21 head of St. John the Baptist.) Full-length figure of a 

young woman with black hair, seated on a black coffer 
inlaid with mother of pearl; back of her hangs a lemon 
yellow curtain; on her lap in a golden platter is a large 
sheathed knife; she wears a yellow satin tunic fastened 
on the right shoulder by a silver and ivory medallion 
and below it is an armlet in the form of a serpent of green 
enamel with ruby eyes; a pink scarf is over her left 
shoulder, the skirt is of spangled golden gauze, and a 
white mantle bordered with yellow hangs over her left 
arm and falls at her side on a tiger skin and an Oriental 
rug; her bare feet are in slippers. 

H. 63 in. W. 40^"^^ in. Canvas. Signed: HRegnault 
Rome 1870. Bulletin, 1916, p. 164; ill. p. 163. 
Gift of George F. Baker, 1916. 

REID, Robert. American; born 1862 at Stockbridge, Mass.; 
lives in New York City. Pupil of Boston Museum School 
of Drawing and Painting; Art Students' League of New 
York; Boulanger and Lefebvre in Paris. Also mural 
painter. 

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REID— REMBRANDT 

R27-1 FLEUR-DE-LYS. A young woman wearing a pale 
Gallery purple dress is seated at the right; purple iris plants in 
15 flower and a slat fence form the background. 

H. 44^ in. W. 42f in. Canvas. Signed: Robert Reid. 

Purchase, Hearn Fund, 1907. 

REMBRANDT HARMENSZ. VAN RYN. Dutch; born 1606 
at Leyden; died 1669 at Amsterdam. Pupil of Jacob 
van Swanenburgh at Leyden and of Pieter Eastman at 
Amsterdam, where Rembrandt settled about 1632. 
Portraits, figure subjects, landscapes. Also etcher. 

R28-1 MAN WITH A BEARD. Life-size portrait of a man. 
Gallery seen full-face and almost to the waist; he has long dark 
26 hair, and full dark beard; the gown is brown with 

a full white turned-over neck-band with cord and 
tassels; he wears a broad-brimmed hat that throws 
a shadow over his face leaving the light only on the right 
cheek and the side of the nose. Listed by Bode No. 496. 
H. 28I in. W. 25j in. Canvas. Signed: Rembrandt 
F. 1665. 
Gift of Henry G. Marquand, 1888. 

R28-2 PORTRAIT OF A MAN. Life-size figure, seen to the 
Gallery waist with the arms folded and the left wrist showing; he 
26 has a slight moustache and his brown hair falls over a 

square flat collar; his coat is black and a high-crowned, 
broad-brimmed black hat casts a shadow over his fore- 
head and part of the left side of the face, which is strongly 
lighted on the right side. Listed by Bode No. 495. 
H. 32I in. W. 25! in. Canvas. 
Gift of Henry G. Marquand, 1890. 

R28-3 PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG WOMAN. Head and 
Gallery shoulders of a young woman who wears a black dress, 
39 white fluted ruff, and winged white cap. Listed by Bode 

No. 561. 

H. 26^^ in. W. 19! in. Wood; oval. Signed: Rem- 
brandt f. 1633. 
Bequest of Benjamin Altman, 1913. 

R28-4 OLD WOMAN IN AN ARM-CHAIR. Seated figure, 

Gallery seen to below the knees, with both hands on the arms of 

39 the chair; she wears a black silk dress, a wide, fluted white 

ruff, and a winged white cap. Listed by Bode No. 224. 

H. 50y\ in. W. 39yV in. Canvas. Signed: Rembrandt 

f. 1635. 

Bequest of Benjamin Altman, 1913. 

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REMBRANDT 

PORTRAIT OF A MAN. Life-size figure, seen to the 
waist, the head turned three-quarters to the right; the 
left hand, holding a pair of gloves, rests upon the partly 
seen right hand; his pointed beard and moustache are 
light brown; he wears a high, broad-brimmed hat, black 
cloak, and flat, turned-down white collar with tassels. 
Listed by Bode No. 277 as An Elderly Man with a Pointed 
Gray Beard, erroneously called Cornelius Jansenius. 
H. 3 if in. W. 26I in. Wood. Signed: Rembran — f. 
1 64- (end of signature and date lost in turn-over of canvas). 
Bequest of Benjamin Altman, 191 3. 



TOILET OF BATHSHEBA AFTER THE BATH. 

Nude figure of Bathsheba seated on a stone bench covered 
with rugs, at the edge of a bathing pool in a garden ; squat- 
ting before her, an old woman trims her toe-nails; a ser- 
vant, standing back of her, combs her hair; a ewer and 
jewels are on the bench beyond her; two peacocks are on 
the step of the pool in the immediate foreground at the 
right; foliage back of the figures and in the distance at 
the left the royal palace with King David dimly seen on 
the roof; the light is concentrated on the figure of Bath- 
sheba. Listed by Bode No. 246. 

H. 22i\ in. W. 29yf in. Wood. Signed: Rembrandt 
Ft-1643. 
Bequest of Benjamin Altman, 191 3. 

MAN WITH A STEEL GORGET Life-size figure, seen 
to below the waist; his right hand is extended and the 
gloved left hand, grasping the other glove, is held at his 
breast; his long hair, moustache, and pointed beard are 
dark brown; he wears a soft black cap, a dark brown cloak 
over a shirt of mail, a gold chain with pendent jewel, and 
a steel gorget above which shows a white neck-band. 
Listed by Bode No. 271 as the so-called Connetable de 
Bourbon. 

H. 37yV in- W. 3of in. Canvas. Signed: Rembrandt 
f. 1644. 
Bequest of Benjamin Altman, 191 3. 



THE ARTISTS SON TITUS. (1641-1668; son of 
Rembrandt and his wife, Saskia van Uylenborch.) A 
youth seen full-face to the waist, wearing a costume of 
dark red over a white guimpe, a black velvet cap with 
white feather, and gold earrings. Listed by Bode No. 
442. 



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H.3i|in. W. 23^\in. Canvas. Signed: Rembrandt f. 

1655. 

Bequest of Benjamin Altman, 1913. 

R28-9 HENDRICKJE STOFFELS. (A member of Rem- 
Gallery brandt's household.) Life-size figure, turned three- 
39 quarters to the left and seen to below the waist; she wears 

a red dress with white at the neck opening; a fur cloak is 
over her right arm; there is a touch of red on her dark 
brown hair; she has pearl bead necklace and earring and 
plays with a double string of beads on her left wrist. 
Pronounced by Hofstede de Groot to be a work by Rem- 
brandt painted about 1656. 

H. 33I in. W. 24y'V in. Canvas. Signed: Rembrandt. 
Bequest of Benjamin Altman, 1913. 

R28-10 PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG MAN. Life-size figure of a 
Gallery thin young man seen to below the waist; he is facing three- 
39 quarters to the right and holds a note-book before him 

with both hands; he has long brown hair and a slight 
moustache and wears a black velvet cap and a dark 
brown coat trimmed with fur and lace. It has errone- 
ously been called a portrait of Thomas Jacobz Haring, 
the Auctioneer. Listed by Bode No. 458 as A Young 
Man Holding a Note-book. 

H. 42I in. W. 34 in. Canvas. Signed: Rembrandt F. 
1658. 
Bequest of Benjamin Altman, 191 3. 

R28-11 OLD WOMAN CUTTING HER NAILS. Life-size 
Gallery figure seated in an arm-chair in the immediate foreground 
39 and seen to below the knees; both hands are raised in the 

act of cutting her nails with a pair of scissors. She wears 
a dark brown under-dress and a heavy reddish gown open 
in a deep point edged with brown fur, above which there 
is a white chemisette; a yellow scarf is over her head and 
shoulders; at the left, in the background of the dark room, 
is an unmade bed. Listed by Bode No. 477. 
H. 49I in. W. 40I in. Canvas. Signed: Rembrandt 
1658. 
Bequest of Benjamin Altman, 191 3. 

R28-12 PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST Life-size, bust por- 

Gallery trait, turned slightly to the right; he wears a black velvet 

39 cap and a brown robe over a red undergarment. Listed 

by Bode No. 429; painted when the artist was 54 years of 

age. 

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H. 3if in. W. 26^ in. Canvas. Signed: Rembrandt, f 

1660. 

Bequest of Benjamin Altman, 191 3. 

R28-13 PILATE WASHING HIS HANDS. Pilate, wearing a 
Gallery black velvet cap and a yellow mantle over a black robe, is 
39 seen to the knees seated at the right, washing his hands 

over a golden basin into which a page, dressed in green, 
pours water from a golden ewer; an old man, with white 
hair and beard, who wears a pale yellow robe and cap, 
stands back of Pilate; beyond, at the left, are soldiers 
with spears. Listed by Bode No. 532. 
H. 51 1\ in. W. 65! in. Canvas. 
Bequest of Benjamin Altman, 191 3. 

R28-14 MAN WITH A MAGNIFYING-GLASS. Life-size 
Gallery figure, seen to below the waist and turned slightly to the 
39 right; in his right hand he holds a small magnifying-glass; 

he has long brown hair and a moustache and chin tuft; 
his dark brown coat is closely fastened at the neck with 
a small white neck-band showing above it. Considered 
by W. R. Valentiner to be a portrait of Rembrandt's son 
Titus shortly after his marriage in 1668, but he was only 
27 years of age at that time. Listed by Bode No. 535. 
H. 36 in. W. 29j in. Canvas. Bulletin, 1913, ill. p. 234. 
Bequest of Benjamin Altman, 191 3. 

LADY WITH A PINK. Life-size figure, seen to below 
the waist and turned three-quarters to the left; a red 
carnation is held in her right hand, which rests on the left 
one in her lap; a string of pearls is about her neck and a 
pearl pendant in her ear; she wears a dark red dress cut 
square at the neck, showing a white guimpe. This is a 
companion picture to the Man with a Magnifying-Glass 
and is supposed by W. R. Valentiner to be Magdalena 
Van Loo, the wife of Titus. Listed by Bode No. 536. 
H. 365 in. W. 29y% in. Canvas. Bulletin, 1913, p. 235. 
Bequest of Benjamin Altman, 1913. 

R28-16 HEAD OF CHRIST. Life-size head, face turned three- 
Gallery quarters to the right; long black hair and beard, the 
26 outlines lost in the dark background. He wears a brown 

tunic. According to Bode's catalogue (No. 414), the 

picture was painted about 1659. 

H. i8j in. W. I4j in. Canvas. 

Mr. and Mrs. Isaac D. Fletcher Collection. 

Bequest of Isaac D. Fletcher, 19 17. 



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School of Rembrandt. 

R28S-1 ADORATION OF THE SHEPHERDS. The shepherds 
kneel around the Infant who lies upon a bed of straw 
in the dark interior of a stable; at His head sits the Virgin 
wearing a red bodice and yellow headdress; a supernatural 
light emanates from the Child and illumines the surround- 
ing figures. This picture is an old copy of the Adoration 
of the Shepherds by Rembrandt in the National Gallery 
in London. 

H. 24! in. W. 21 in. Wood. 
Gift of Henry G. Marquand, 1888. 

R28S-2 PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG MAN. Life-size, bust por- 

Gallery trait of a youth with the head turned slightly to the right; 

26 he wears a broad-brimmed black hat, a black coat, and a 

full, wide white collar edged with lace; dark background. 

H. 23! in. W. 2o| in. Wood. Bulletin, 191 5, p. 88. 

Bequest of Maria De Witt Jesup, from the collection of 

her husband, Morris K. Jesup, 191 5. 

R28S-3 PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG WOMAN. Life-size, bust 

Gallery portrait with the head turned slightly to the left; she 

26 wears a black dress and a wide, fluted white ruff above 

which is a string of pearls; her tightly drawn brown hair 

shows beneath a small dark headdress with pearl edging; 

dark background. Companion picture to R28S-2. 

H.23fin. W. 2o| in. Wood. Bulletin, 191 5, p. 88. 

Bequest of Maria De Witt Jesup, from the collection of 

her husband, Morris K. Jesup, 191 5. 

REMINGTON, Frederic. American; born 1861 at Canton, N. Y.; 
died 1909 at Ridgefield, Conn. Pupil of Yale School of 
the Fine Arts at New Haven. Lived chiefly near New 
York City. Frontier subjects. 

R281-1 CAVALRY CHARGE ON THE SOUTHERN PLAINS. 
A company of mounted troops is galloping toward the 
left across a plain in strong sunlight and shadow. 
H.3o|in. W. 5i|in. Canvas. Signed: Frederic Rem- 
ington 1907. 
Gift of several gentlemen, 191 1. 

RENI, GuiDo. Italian (Bolognese); born 1575 near Bologna; died 
there 1642. One of the famous school of Eclectics 
founded by the Carracci in Bologna. 

R29-1 THE PASSING OF JOSEPH. St. Joseph is lying on 

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Gallery a bed covered with a brown coverlet, supported by an 
28 angel with white wings and a green mantle and faint 

mauve robe; his hands are crossed on his breast. The 
Virgin in a red and blue robe and yellow mantle kneels 
at the foot of his bed. 
H. 62I in. W. 48I in. Canvas. 
Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1920. 

RENOIR, Pierre Auguste. French; born 1841 at Limoges; 
died 1919 at Paris. Pupil of Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris 
under Gleyre; influenced by Manet. Portraits, lands 
scapes, still life. 

R291-1 MADAME CHARPENTIER AND HER CHILDREN. 

Gallery (The family of the French publisher, Gustave Charpen- 
21 tier.) Alady wearing a black silk dress is seated on a sofa; 

beside her sits a child and in the foreground at the left 
another little girl is sitting on the backof a black andwhite 
St. Bernard dog; the children wear blue and white low- 
necked short-sleeved frocks; in the background at the right 
are a bamboo chair and a table with fruit and flowers; reds 
and yellows predominate in Japanese rug and wall 
hangings. 

H. 6o| in. W. 78I in. Canvas. Signed: Renoir . 78. 
Bulletin, 1907, p. 102, ill. 
Purchase, Wolfe Fund, 1907. 

RENOUF, Emile. French; born 1845 at Paris; died 1894 at 
Havre. Pupil of Boulanger, Lefebvre, and Carolus- 
Duran. Marines. 

R292-1 AFTER A STORM. Small fishing-boats are drawn up 
on the beach out of reach of the waves; the sea is at the 
left; gray sky. 

H.46|in. W. 80 in. Canvas. Signed: E. Renouf. 1887. 
Gift of William Schaus, Jr., 1887. 

REYNOLDS, Sir Joshua. British (English); born 1723 at Plymp- 
ton Earl, near Plymouth; died 1792 at London. Was 
apprenticed to Thomas Hudson in London about 1740; 
traveled in Italy 1749 to 1750. Settled in London and 
was elected President of the Royal Academy at the time 
of its foundation in 1768. Portraits. 

R33-1 SIR EDWARD HUGHES. (1717-1794; appointed 

Gallery Admiral in 1778.) Life-size figure, seen to the 

24 waist; he wears a white wig; a ruffled white shirt front 

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shows at the edge of his blue coat, which is trimmed with 
gold braid; on his breast are a silver star and the red 
ribbon of the Order of the Bath. 
H. 29! in. W. 24! in. Canvas. 
Purchase, 1871. 

R33-2 HON. HENRY FANE WITH HIS GUARDIANS. 

Gallery INIGO JONES AND CHARLES BLAIR. (The 
24 Hon. Henry Fane, second son of the eighth earl of 

Westmorland, died June 4, 1802. Charles Blair was his 
brother-in-law.) A terrace; Fane, wearing a white silk 
coat and breeches and a blue waistcoat embroidered in 
gold, is seated beside a table, a greyhound at his feet ; I nigo 
Jones, dressed in blue, is seated behind the table at the left ; 
and Charles Blair, wearing a red coat lined with green, a 
long green waistcoat, buff breeches, and top boots with 
spurs, stands at the right. A statue, trellis, and shrubbery 
are back of the group at the left; a stream and distant 
hills are seen at the right. Inscribed with the names of 
the three sitters. 

H. looj in. W. 142 in. Canvas. 
Gift of Junius S. Morgan, 1887. 

R33-3 LADY CAREW. Life-size, seated figure, seen to the 

Gallery waist, with the body full-front and the face turned to the 

24 left; her brown hair is braided about her head and she 

wears a low-necked white dress and about her waist a blue 

ribbon tied in front; the background consists of dark 

blue-gray clouds. 

H. 30I in. W. 25 in. Canvas. 

Gift of Henry G. Marquand, 1888. 

R33-4 WILLIAM AUGUSTUS, DUKE OF CUMBERLAND. 

Gallery (i 721 -1765; the second 5on of King George II of Eng- 
14 land; commander-in-chief at the battles of Fontenoy, 

1745, and Culloden, 1756.) Life-size, standing figure, 
seen to below the knees; his right hand rests upon a helmet 
and the left grasps the hilt of a sword; he wears a steel 
breastplate under a scarlet coat trimmed with gold 
braid and faced with green. 
H. 49I in. W. 39! in. Canvas. 
Gift of George A. Hearn, 1896. 

R33-5 MRS. ARNOLD, Life-size portrait, seen almost to the 
Gallery waist; she wears a low-necked white silk gown and a 
14 pink fur-trimmed mantle; at her breast is a pink rose 

caught with a string of pearls. 

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H. 30I in. W. 25 in. Canvas. 
Gift of George A. Hearn, 1896. 

R33-6 MRS. BALDWIN. (Wife of George Baldwin, whotraveled 
Gallery extensively in Cyprus and the East Indies, and was in 
24 England from 1 78 1 to 1 786, in which year he was appointed 

Consul to Egypt.) Life-size figure, seen to below the 
waist; she is seated on a dull red sofa with her face in pro- 
file to the left; she wears an Eastern costume of brown 
and green striped silk trimmed with ermine and a high, 
brownish headdress. 

H. 36yV in- W. 29I in. Canvas. Bulletin, 1906, p. 48, ill. 
Gift, 1906, of William T. Blodgett and his sister, Eleanor 
Blodgett, in memory of their father, William T. Blodgett, 
one of the founders of the Museum. 

PORTRAIT OF A LADY. Life-size figure, seen full- 
front to the waist; she wears a low-necked blue gown with 
bows down the front and a white brocaded cloak 
trimmed with lace and blue ribbon. 
H. 29! in. W. 24I in. Canvas. 
Gift of George A. Hearn, 1906. 

R33-8 INFANCY; known also as Master Hare. Life- 
Gallery size portrait of a child, seated under a tree; he has 
14 light hair and wears a low-necked white dress and purple 

sash; the right hand and arm are raised and pointing. 

A similar picture by Reynolds is in the Louvre, in Paris. 

H. 29! in. W. 24I in. Canvas. 

Gift of George A. Hearn, 1906. 

R33-9 MRS. ANGELO. (Wife of Dominico Angelo Male- 
Gallery volti Tremamondo, a fashionable riding and fencing 
14 master.) Life-size, .seated figure, seen to the waist with 

the face almost in profile to the left; she wears a low- 
necked dark gray-green dress with roses at her breast; 
a miniature portrait is set in her bracelet. 
H. 30I in. W. 25 in. Canvas. 
Gift of George A. Hearn, 1906. 

R33-10 MRS. BARNARD. (Wife of Dr. Barnard, the Pro- 
Gallery vost of Eton, Dean of Derry, and Bishop of Killaloe.) 
14 Life-size figure, seated in a landscape and seen to below 

the knees; she wears a white flowered dress and a red 

velvet cloak falls about her; her right hand holds a closed 

book which rests on her lap. 

H. 50 in. W. 40J in. Canvas. 

Gift of George A. Hearn, 1910. 

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R33-n GEORGIANA AUGUSTA FREDERICA ELLIOTT. 

Gallery (1782-1813; she was the natural daughter of George, 
24 Prince of Wales, and Grace Dalrymple Elliott; the child 

was at first known as Miss Elliott, but later changed her 
name to Seymour and as Miss Seymour she was married 
in 1808 to Lord Charles Bentinck.) Life-size figure, 
seen to the knees, of a little girl standing out of doors 
with her hands folded before her; she wears a white mob 
cap with pink bow and a white dress with crossed kerchief; 
landscape background. 

H. 30 in. W. 25 in. Canvas. Bulletin, 191 5, p. 88; 
ill. p. 87. 

Bequest of Maria De Witt Jesup, from the collection of 
her husband, Morris K. Jesup, 191 5. 

R33-12 ELIZABETH REYNOLDS, afterwards Mrs. Johnson- 
Life-size, bust portrait of a young lady full-face. She 
has light brown hair and wears a brown turban and a 
low-cut brown dress with large sleeves; pearls are about 
her neck and shoulders. According to Reynolds' diary, 
she sat for the picture in 1758. It was probably painted 
as a marriage gift. 
H. 30J in. W. 25 in. Canvas. 
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac D. Fletcher Collection. 
Bequest of Isaac D. Fletcher, 19 17. 

R33-51 MRS. YATES. (English actress, 1728-1787.) Three- 
Gallery quarters length figure seated to the left on a stone bench; 
24 she has brown hair and wears a gray dress trimmed with 

gold; she leans her right arm on the stone ledge and 

holds a book in her right hand. Landscape background. 

H. 50J in. W. 40J in. Canvas. 

Lent by Mrs. Junius S. Morgan, 19 18. 

Copy after Reynolds. 

R33C-1 JOHN HAWKSWORTH. (171 5-1773; an English 

Wing F lawyer and bibliophile.) Life-size figure, seated at a 

Gallery desk and seen in profile to the left; he wears a red velvet 

.21 coat and lace ruffled shirt; in the background a brown 

curtain is drawn to the right showing shelves of books. 

H. 30I in. W. 25I in. Canvas. 

Gift of Jacob H. Schiff, 1893. 

RIBERA, JusEPE de; commonly called Lo Spagnoletto. Spanish; 
born 1588 at Jativa, near Valencia; died 1652 (1656?) 
near Naples. Pupil of Francisco Ribalta at Valencia; 
influenced by Caravaggio; worked chiefly in Naples.", 

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RIBERA — RICHTER 

R35-1 LUCRETIA. (According to Roman legend, the rape 
Gallery of Lucretia, wife of a noble Roman, by Sextus Tarquinius, 
28 followed by her self-inflicted death, led to the overthrow 

of the Tarquins and the establishment of the republic, 
about 509 B. C.) Life-size figure, seen to the knees; she 
is partly nude and holds a rose-colored gown and olive 
green cloak about her; a dagger is in her right hand. 
H. 50y\ in. W. 41 i in. Canvas. 
Purchase, Hewitt Fund, 1912. 

RICCI, Sebastiano. Italian (Venetian); born about 1659 at 
Cividale di Belluno, in the Venetian state; died 1734 at 
Venice. Pupil of Federigo Cervelli at Venice; was em- 
ployed at Vienna and spent ten years in England. 

R351-1 ESTHER BEFORE AHASUERUS. (The scene is 
described in the Bible, Book of Esther, Chapter 5.) 
At the right, the King, wearing a red robe, has risen from 
his throne and extends his sceptre toward the fainting 
queen, who, clothed in white and red, is upheld by her 
women; Haman and Mordecai and. courtiers are at the 
right and soldiers at the left; architectural background. 
H. 17I in. W. 51 in. Canvas. 
Gift of Henry G. Marquand, 1894. 



RICHARDS, William T. American; born 1833 at Philadelphia, 
Pa.; died 1905 at Newport, R. I. Pupil of Paul Weber 
in Philadelphia. Landscapes and marines. 

R39 A collection of 85 water colors in 71 frames. 

Gift of Rev. E. L. Magoon, 1880. 

A ROCKY COAST. Rocks are in the foreground; 
to the right is a gully and beyond is the sea. 



R39-72 
S. W. 

Stairway 



22 



r^ 



m. 



W. 36 in. Water color. Signed: Wm. 



H. 

T. Richards, 1877. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 



RICHTER, GusTAV Karl Ludwig. German; born 1823 at Berlin; 
died there 1884. Pupil of Berlin Academy under Eduard 
Holbein and of Leon Cogniet in Paris. Portraits and 
historical subjects. 

R41-1 VICTORY. A life-size, full-length, winged male figure, 
wearing a gilt corselet and rose-colored scarf, is astride a 
cloud blowing a trumpet; at the right stands a winged boy 
who holds two palm branches; below at the left are two 
Loves, the one holding a shield filled with olive branches 

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RICHTER — ROBERT 

and the other a laurel wreath. Companion piece to Peace 
by Knaus (K72-3). 

H. 136 in. W. 68 in. Canvas. Signed: G. Richter. 
Gift of Jacob H. SchifT, 1888. 

RICO, Martin. Spanish; born about 1850 at Madrid; died 1908 
at Venice. Pupil of Federico de Madrazo in Madrid; 
studied in Paris and Rome. Chiefly Venetian scenes. 

R42-2 CANAL OF VENICE. Houses border both sides of a 
Gallery canal; at the left is a garden with steps at the water's 
18 edge where a boy is seated. 

H. 19I in. W. 26f in. Canvas. Signed: RICO. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

RIEFSTAHL, Wilhelm. German; born 1827 at Neustrelitz; 
died 1888 at Munich. Pupil of Berlin Academy under 
F. W. Schirmer. 

R44-1 A WEDDING PROCESSION IN THE BAVARIAN 

Gallery TYROL. Peasants are passing in front of an inn on the 

18 porch of which musicians are playing; a church is at the 

right; mountains are beyond. 

H. 26^ in. W. 42f in. Canvas. Signed: W. Riefstahl. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

RING, LuDGER TOM, THE Younger. German; born about 1530 at 
Miinster; died 1583 or 1584 at Brunswick. Pupil of 
his father, Ludger torn Ring the Elder. 

R47-1 CHRIST BLESSING; SURROUNDED BY DONOR 
Gallery AND FAMILY. Three panels. In the central panel 
34 is the figure of Christ standing behind a table; He 

wears a brownish robe and pale red cape and His right 
hand is raised in blessing. At the left is a brown-bearded 
man and behind him a young man and a boy; to the 
right stands a woman and behind her a young girl. In 
the right-hand panel is the portrait of a young woman, and 
in the left-hand panel that of a man. Each figure is 
seen to below the waist and the age of each is written 
above the head; the architectural lines of a room are 
continued across the three panels. 

Central panel: H. 31I in. W. 37^ in. Each side panel: 
H. 31I in. W. 14 in. Wood. 
Gift of J. Pierpont Morgan, 1917. 

ROBERT, Hubert; called Robert des Ruines. French; born 

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ROBERT 

1733 in Paris; died there 1808. Studied in Paris and in 
Italy. Became director of the department of paintings 
at the Louvre and royal landscape architect. 

R54-1 MOUTH OF A CAVE. A man and two women stand 
Wing F on a ledge of rock at the entrance of a cave beyond which 
Gallery is the sea; in the foreground a fisherman with a basket 
17 on his back stands knee deep in the water. 

H.68fin. W. 3ii in. Canvas. Signed: H.ROBERT 

1784. 

Gift of J. Pierpont Morgan, 1917. 

R54-2 THE BRIDGE. At the right, arches of the Roman 
Wing F aqueduct extend across the Campagna; in the foreground 
Gallery at the left, women are gathered about a fountain the 
17 water of which flows from the base of a tall obelisk. 

H. 68j in. W. 3 if in. Canvas. 

Gift of J. Pierpont Morgan, 19 17. 

R54-3 THE SWING. An Italian garden with ladies, gentle- 
Wing F men, and children watching a young woman swinging 
Gallery between tall trees. 

17 H. 681 in. W. 34fin. Canvas. Signed: H.ROBERT. 

Gift of J. Pierpont Morgan, 1917. 

R54-4 THE DANCE. On a roadway near a pool, a couple are 
Wing F dancing in the foreground while a man in a red coat 
Gallery is playing the guitar and peasants are watching them; 
17 a waterfall and steep rocks beyond. 

H. 68^ in. W. 33! in. Canvas. 
Gi.tof J. Pierpont Morgan, 1917. 

R54-5 THE BATHING POOL. A ruined circular temple with 
Wing F a statue of Venus in the center and steps leading down 
Gallery to a marble pool in the foreground where women are 
17 bathing; tall trees are in the background. 

H. 68f in. W. 48! in. Canvas. 
Gift of J. Pierpont Morgan, 1917. 



R54-6 THE CONCERT. At the right is a house with ladies 

Wing F at the windows listening to strolling musicians who 

Gallery stand on the terrace below; ruined columns are in the 

17 foreground at the right; an obelisk fountain is at the 

left and wild landscape in the distance. 

H. 68f in. W. 485 in. Canvas. 

Gift of J. Pierpont Morgan, 1917. 



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ROBERT— ROBINSON 

R54-7 ARCHES IN RUIN. In the foreground at the right 
Wing F there are three figures near two ruined arches; a river 
Gallery is at the left and mountains are beyond. 
17 H. 23I in. W. 6i| in. Canvas. 

Gift of J. Pierpont Morgan, 19 17. 

R54-8 COLONNADE IN RUIN. At the left are the ruins of 
Wing F a semicircular colonnade; on a hill in the foreground at 
Gallery the right, a man is sketching and a woman stands back 
17 of him. 

H. 23 in. W. 61 1 in. Canvas. 

Gift of J. Pierpont Morgan, 1917. 

ROBERT-FLEURY, Tony. French; born 1838 at Paris; died 
there 191 1. Pupil of his father, Joseph Nicolas Robert- 
Fleury, of Delaroche, and of Cogniet. 

R541-1 A MUSICAL CARDINAL. A gray-bearded cardinal, 

Gallery wearing a scarlet robe, is playing the bass-viol, his music 

17 resting on a chair in front of him; tapestries hang on the 

wall. 

H. 22 in. W. 17! in. Wood. Signed: Tony-Robert- 

Fleury. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 



ROBINSON, 
Vt. 



Theodore. American; born 1852 at Irasburg, 
died 1896 at New York City. Pupil of Carolus- 

Duran and Gerome and later of Claude Monet in Paris. 

Landscapes and figure subjects. 

R56-1 GIRL AND COW. Life-size, full-length figure of a 
young girl, standing in the sunlight, sewing; she wears 
a white blouse and pinkish brown skirt; behind her 
at the left is a brown and white cow; bushes and trees 
form the background. 

H. 86f in. W. 61^ in. Canvas. Signed: TH. ROBIN- 
SON-1888. Bulletin, 1906, p. in, ill. 
Gift of William T. Evans, 1906. 

R56-2 THE OLD MILL. A country road with a fence on 
Gallery each side; at the left are low stone buildings with red 
12 roofs; in the distance is a cultivated hilltop. 

H. 18 in. W. 2i| in. Canvas. Signed: Th. Robinson. 

Gift of Mrs. Robert W. Chambers, 1910. 

R56-3 Bl RD'S EYE VIEW; GIVERNY, FRANCE. A hillside 

Gallery road is in the foreground; in the hollow beyond are the red 

15 and gray roofs of the village; in the distance green fields, 

crossed by rows of trees, extend to a line of low blue hills. 



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ROBINSON — ROMNEY 

H. 26 in. W. 32i in. Canvas. Signed: TH. ROBIN- 
SON 1889. 
Gift of George A. Hearn, 19 10. 

ROBUSTI, Jacopo. See Tintoretto. 

ROESTRATEN, Pieter. Dutch; born 1630 at Haarlem; died 
1698 at London, England. Was educated by Frans 
Hals, whose daughter he married; some time before 1666 
settled in London. Portraits and still life. 

R62-1 THE OLD RAT COMES TO THE TRAP AT LAST. 

Gallery A bedroom; at the right an unmade bed with two figures; 

26 at the left a baby in a cradle; beyond, an old woman 

approaches. Purchased as a Jan Steen; attributed to 

Esaias Boursse and Jan Steen by Bredius; Hofstede De 

Groot considers it by Roestraten. 

H. 32 in. W. 27x^ in. Canvas. 

Purchase, 1871. 

ROGELET DE LA PASTURE. See Weyden, Roger van der. 

ROMNEY, George. British (English); born 1734 at Beckside, 
Lancashire; died 1802 at Kendal. Apprenticed to an itin- 
erant portrait painter, Christopher Steele; in 1762 he went 
to London, where the greater part of his life was spent. 

R661-1 MRS.FITZHERBERT. (1758-1837; Maria Anne Smyth 
Gallery was married to Thomas Fitzherbert in 1778; she became 
24 the wife of the Prince of Wales, later King George IV, 

December 21, 1785, but the marriage was considered 
invalid.) Life-size, seated figure, seen to below the 
waist; her hair is light and elaborately dressed with blue 
ribbons; she wears a white dress cut V-shape and a gray- 
blue sash; a black lace shawl falls over her arms. At 
one time attributed by Roger Fry to Hoppner. 
H. 29! in. W. 25 in. Canvas. Bulletin, 1906, p. 48, ill. 
Gift, 1906, of William T. Blodgett and his sister, Eleanor 
Blodgett, in memory of their father, William T. Blodgett, 
one of the founders of the Museum. 

R661-2 LADY HAMILTON AS DAPHNE. (1761-1815; Emma 

Gallery Lyon was the daughter of a blacksmith; she went to 

14 London where for a time she was known as Mrs. Hart; 

in 1 79 1 she married Sir William Hamilton, the English 

ambassador at Naples; with her husband she accompanied 

Lord Nelson to Palermo and later they returned to 

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ROMNEY — ROSSETTI 

England. Between 1782 and 1791 she was Romney's 
favorite model and some forty-five of his pictures 
were painted from her.) Life-size to the waist; she is 
seated under a tree with her body turned to the right; 
she wears a low-necked white dress; a white scarf, which 
falls over her right shoulder, is held on her brown hair 
by a blue ribbon. 

H. 31I in. W. 28x% in. Canvas. 
Gift of George A. Hearn, 1906. 

R661-3 THE HONORABLE iMRS. TICKELL. (Miss Ley, 
Gallery born lyyiC?), became the second wife of Richard Tickell 
24 in 1789.) Life-size figure, turned three-quarters to the 

right and seen to below the waist, seated out of doors with 
her hands in her lap; her brown hair is waved and a 
long curl falls over her left shoulder; she wears a low- 
necked white dress with purple sash; a crayon holder and 
a sheet of paper are on a table at her left. 
H. 30 in. W. 25I in. Canvas. 

Bequest of Maria De Witt Jesup, from the collection of 
her husband, Morris K. Jesup, 191 5. 

R661-4 PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST. (Painted in the winter 

Gallery of 1795.) Life-size figure, three-quarters to the left and 

24 seen to the waist; he has grayish hair and wears a black 

coat with white neck-cloth; dark brown background. 

H. 30 in. W. 25 in. Canvas. Bulletin, 191 5, p. 88, ill. 

Bequest of Maria De Witt Jesup, from the collection of 

her husband, Morris K. Jesup, 191 5. 

ROSSETTI, Dante Gabriel. British (English); born 1828 at 
London; died 1882 at Birchington, Kent. Pupil of 
J. S. Cotman and of the Royal Academy Schools. Figure 
subjects. 

R73-1 LADY LILITH. (Lilith, according to Talmudic tra- 
dition, was Adam's first wife.) Seated figure, seen to 
below the knees, combing her hair and looking into a 
hand-glass; she wears a loose white gown and a blue 
mantle lined with white fur is on the back of the chair; 
in the background at the left is a dressing table on which 
are a covered jar, a red foxglove, candle brackets, and a 
mirror that reflects a light green landscape; a rose bush 
is behind the figure at the right and a poppy is in a 
glass in the immediate foreground. These flowers are 
associated with Lilith. 
H. 20 in. W. i6| in. Water color. Monogrammed: 

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ROSSETT I — ROUSSEAU 

D G R (within a circle) 1867. Bulletin, 1908, pp. 144, 

169, ill. 

Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1908. 

ROSSITER, Thomas Pritchard. American; born 1818 at New 
Haven, Conn.; died 1871 at Cold Springs, N. Y. Pupil of 
Nathaniel Jocelyn; traveled extensively in Europe. 
Historical subjects. 

R731-1 WASHINGTON AND LAFAYETTE AT MOUNT 
VERNON 1776. Washington stands on the verandah 
of his home in conversation with Lafayette, who holds be- 
hind him a copy of the Pennsylvania Gazette. Washing- 
ton wears a dark blue coat and knee breeches with white 
stockings; Lafayette has a similar costume in red. At the 
right near the house, Mrs. Washington and Nellie Custis 
are seated at a table and a little girl is beside them; on 
the lawn at the left of the verandah a boy is playing with 
a colored nurse and two dogs; in the distance, beyond a 
line of trees, is the Potomac River. Louis R. Mignot 
painted the landscape in this picture. 
H. 87 in. W. 146I in. Canvas. Signed: at left, MIG- 
NOT; at the right, ROSSITER 1859. Bulletin, 1905, p. 10. 
Bequest of William Nelson, 1905. 

ROTHENSTEIN, William. British (English); born 1872 at 
Bradford; lives in London. Pupil of Slade School in 
London under Legros; Julian Academy in Paris. 

R74-1 PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST. (Aged about twenty- 
Gallery five.) Life-size, seen to the waist; he has round spec- 
19 tacles and wears a soft black felt hat with high crown 

and turned-down brim, a heavy black cape, and red 

muffler; landscape background. 

H. 2gl in. W. 24I in. Canvas. Initialed: W R 1900. 

Bulletin, 1909, p. 225. 

Gift of Mrs. T. L. Chadbourne, 1909. 

ROUSSEAU, Theodore. French (Barbizon); born 1812 at Paris; 
died 1867 at Barbizon, in the forest of Fontainebleau. 
Pupil of Remond and Lethiere. Landscapes. 

R76-1 RIVER LANDSCAPE. On the left bank of a river there 

Gallery are large trees and under their shade is a man in a row- 

17 boat; a road and a thatched cottage are at the extreme 

left; beyond the river at the right are meadow lands with 

a few trees. 

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ROUSSEAU 

H.8y^^in. W. lofin. Canvas. Signed: TH. Rousseau. 
Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

R76-2 EDGE OF THE WOODS. To the right is a group of 

Gallery old oaks in full leafage; a footpath runs from the fore- 

17 ground over a low hill on the crest of which a figure is 

seen; at the left scraggly trees are silhouetted against a 

brilliant blue sky which is flecked with gray and white 

clouds. 

H. 3I1V iri- ^- 481V in. Wood. Signed: TH. Rous- 
seau 1854. 
Purchase, Wolfe Fund, 1896. 

II76-3 LANDSCAPE. Trees are in the foreground at the left 

Gallery and behind them is a cluster of white buildings; a hill, 

17 beyond, slopes to the plain at the right; the sky is gray 

with light pinkish clouds. 

H. 10^ in. W. i3-}-f in. Wood. Signed: TH. Rousseau. 

Purchase, Wolfe Fund, 1903. 

R76-4 WINTER SUNSET; FOREST OF FONTAINEBLEAU. 
N. E. La Foret d'Hiver. A rocky clearing with the 
Stairway sunset sky seen through bare trees; in the foreground a 
marshy pool reflects the trees and sky; in the middle dis- 
tance are small figures of wood gatherers. 
H.64in. W. 102I in. Canvas. Signed: TH. Rousseau. 
Bulletin, 191 1, p. 40. 
Gift of P. A. B. Widener, 191 1. 

R76-5 MEADOW BORDERED BY TREES. Full summer 
Gallery foliage; cloudy sky with blue showing through. 

21 H. i6| in. W. 24! in. Wood. Signed: TH. Rousseau. 

Bulletin, 191 1, p. loi, ill. 

Bequest of Robert G. Dun, 191 1. 

R76-6 PATH AMONG THE ROCKS. A narrow footpath 

Gallery leads from the foreground across a rocky hill; a man 

21 follows a donkey toward the crest of the hill where there 

is a line of trees; blue sky with light clouds. 

H. i4Hin. W. 23fin. Wood. Signed: TH. Rousseau. 

Bulletin, 1914, p. 253; ill. p. 254. 

Bequest of Benjamin Altman, 191 3. 

R76-7 TREES BY A POOL. In the foreground is a marshy 
pool; in the middle distance there are trees at right and 
left; sunlight beyond. 

H. 6 in. W. 9^V in- Wood. Signed: TH. Rousseau. 
Bequest of Maria De Witt Jesup, from the collection of 
her husband, Morris K. Jesup, 191 5. 

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ROUSSEAU — RUBENS 

R76-8 FONTAINEBLEAU. The edge of the forest; trees 
against a late afternoon sky. 

H. i2f in. W. 16 in. Wood. Signed Th. Rousseau. 
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac D. Fletcher Collection. 
Bequest of Isaac D. Fletcher, 191 7. 

ROYBET, Ferdinand. French; born 1840 at Uzes; lives in Paris. 
Pupil of Vibert. Figure subjects. 

R81-1 THE GAME OF CARDS. An interior with two men 

Gallery playing cards; a third man watching the game stands 

17 behind the table with his hand on a tall flagon; seventeenth 

century costumes. 

H. i8| in. W. 2if in. Wood. Signed: F. Roybet. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

RUBENS, Peter Paul. Flemish; born 1577 at Siegen in the 
Duchy of Nassau, near Cologne, although his parents 
were natives of Antwerp; died 1640 at Antwerp. Pupil 
of Adam van Noort and Otto van Veen; worked in Italy 
for eight years; settled at Antwerp. Portraits, figure 
subjects. 

R82-1 RETURN OF THE HOLY FAMILY FROM EGYPT. 
Life-size, full-length figures of the Madonna and St. 
Joseph, standing behind the boy Jesus; the Virgin, 
wearing a red robe and gray cloak, is at the left and holds 
the hand of Jesus who is dressed in purple; St. Joseph 
wears a yellow garment; landscape background. In the 
upper part of the picture the Eternal Father appears in 
the clouds. 

H. 102 in. W. 69! in. Canvas, transferred from wood. 
Purchase, 1871. 

R82-2 THE HOLY FAMILY. Life-size, full-length figures. 

Gallery The Virgin, in a red dress and white underskirt, is seated 
27 in the center of the picture and holds the nude Infant, 

who stands on her knee; His right hand is extended 
toward the nude infant St. John, who stands at the left; 
beyond, at the extreme left, St. Francis, in the brown 
habit of his order, leans forward in adoration; behind the 
mother and Child stands St. Elizabeth; and at the extreme 
right is St. Joseph, wrapped in a brown mantle; land- 
scape background with ruined stonework back of the fig- 
ures; level country at the left, and brilliant clouds on the 
horizon. 

H. 68f in. W. 82 in. Canvas. 
Gift of James Henry Smith, 1902, 

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R82-4 

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R82-5 
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R82-6 

Gallery 

27 



RUBENS 

WOLF AND FOX HUNT. Hunters and dogs are 
attacking a group of wolves and foxes; at the right, a 
cavalier, wearing a green jacket and mounted upon a 
gray horse, is seen partly from the back and beside him on 
a dark horse is a woman, who wears a red skirt and low- 
necked black bodice; at the left a mounted cavalier 
gallops toward the group and several men on foot are 
attacking the animals. The landscape was probably 
painted by Jan Wildens. Rubens painted several similar 
compositions; one, is in the Jussupow Gallery in St. 
Petersburg, a smaller canvas belonged to Lord 
Methuen, and a larger one is known to have been 
painted but seems to have disappeared. 
H. 96 in. W, 148^ in. Canvas. Bulletin, 1910, p. 120, ill. 
Purchase, Kennedy Fund, 1910- 

PORTRAIT OF A MAN. Life-size figure of a smiling 
cavalier, seen to the waist; the body is inclined forward 
and the right hand partly hidden under the folds of a 
black cloak; he wears a black brocaded suit and a wide 
square white collar edged with lace; he has brown hair, 
moustache, and goatee. 
H. 23 in. W. 19 in. Wood. 
Gift of J. Pierpont Morgan, 191 1. 

SAINT THERESA PRAYING FOR THE SOULS IN 
PURGATORY. Christ stands in the middle of the 
picture holding a vermilion robe about His partly nude 
body; Saint Theresa, in the habit of a nun, kneels on 
clouds at the right; at the left two cherubs call attention 
to the figures amidst flames which are in the immediate 
foreground. This picture is a sketch (or replica) of 
the altarpiece now in the Antwerp Museum. 
H. 24! in. W. 19I in. Wood. Bulletin. 1909, p. 154. 
Gift of J. Pierpont Morgan, 1917. 

PORTRAIT OF A MAN. Bust, life-size, three-quarters 
t6 the right; he is dark, about fifty years old, with thin, 
black hair streaked with gray and gray moustache and 
beard; he wears a white ruff and black doublet; brown 
background. 



H.20^ 



in. 



W. 



i6f in. 



Canvas. 

Mr. and Mrs. Isaac D. Fletcher Collection. 
Bequest of Isaac D. Fletcher, 1917. 

Copy after Rubens. 

R82C-2 SUSANNAH AND THE ELDERS, Susannah, from 



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Gallery whose nude figure a cloak has fallen, is seated on a marble 
27 terrace in front of a stone fountain; at the right one of the 

Elders, in a fur-trimmed cloak, is stepping over a low 
balustrade and the other, in a scarlet cloak, looks through 
the branches of a tree from the limbs of which hang black 
and yellow draperies; a white marble building and a 
landscape are at the right. An old copy of the picture by 
Rubens in the Pinakothek at Munich. 
H. i8| in. W. 25! in. Wood. 
Gift of Henry G. Marquand, 1890. 

School of Rubens. 

R82S-1 PYRAMUS AND THISBE. (According to classical 
Gallery legends Thisbe, a maiden of Babylon, and her lover, 
27 Pyramus, arranged a meeting near a mulberry tree. 

Thisbe, arriving first, became frightened by a lien and 
fled, dropping her cloak, which the lion tore; Pyramus find- 
ing the torn cloak believed Thisbe to be dead and killed 
himself beneath the mulberry tree, the fruit of which was 
henceforth red; when Thisbe returned and found the corpse 
of her lover she threw herself on his sword.) The dead 
body of Pyramus lies upon a red cloak; at the right Thisbe, 
wearing a white dress, is falling upon the sword; Cupid 
is flying away, and three Loves are in the branches of the 
mulberry tree; at the left is a monument with a sculptured 
lion. 

H. 5 if in. W. 39i^^ in. Canvas. Signed: Rubens. P, 
Gift of Henry G. Marquand, 1888. 

R82S-2 CAMBYSES' PUNISHMENT OF AN UNJUST 
Gallery JUDGE. (.According to tradition, the Persian King 
27 Cambyses, who ruled about 530 B. C, caused an unjust 

judge to be skinned alive and then appointed his son to fill 
the office and obliged him to sit upon a cushion made of 
his father's skin.) The King, accompanied by warriors 
and councillors, approaches from the right and extends 
his sceptre toward the judge who, in his red robe, is only 
partly seated in the judge's chair; women and children 
kneel at the left. Study for decoration of Magistrates' 
Hall, Brussels, destroyed in 1695. 
H. 18 in. W. 17^ in. Wood. 
Gift of William E. Dodge, 1900. 

RUISDAEL, Jacob Isaacksz. van. Dutch; born 1628 (or 1629; 
at Haarlem; died there 1682. Probably a pupil of his 

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RUISDAEL — RUYSDAEL 

uncle, Salomon van Ruysdael. Became a citizen of 
Amsterdam in i659where he lived until 1681 . Landscapes. 

LANDSCAPE. A stream with rocky banks flows over 
a dam of stones in the immediate foreground; there are 
trees in shadow at the left and at the right is a large oak; 
two figures are driving sheep, and a wooded hill is beyond. 



H.39I 



m. 



W. 50I in. Canvas. Signed: J Ruisdael. 



Gift of Henry G. Marquand, 1888. 

WHEATFIELDS. A road between ripened wheatfields; 
beyond are a group of trees and some cottages and the 
sea is on the horizon at the left; along the road a man is 
walking away from the spectator and beyond, a woman 
and a little boy are approaching; the sky is filled with 
large clouds and the wheatfields are in strong sunlight. 
H. 39f in. W. 5i|in. Canvas. Signed: J VRuisdael. 
Bequest of Benjamin Altman, 191 3. 

COTTAGE UNDER TREES. At the left is a thatched 
cottage with a group of oaks back of it; in the foreground 
is a hedge against which rests a broken cart wheel; a 
woman stands in the doorway of the cottage and two 
figures are seated nearby; at the right in the middle 
distance is another cottage with trees. 
H. 22 in. W. 26 in. Canvas. Monogrammed: JR 
Lent by J. Pierpont Morgan, 1909. 



RUYSCH, Rachel. Dutch; born 1664 or 1665 at Amsterdam; 
died there 1750. Pupil of Willem van Aelst; married, 
in 1695, the painter Jurriaan Pool but always signed with 
her maiden name. At Diisseldorf was painter to the 
Elector Palatine, John William. Flowers and fruit. 

R94-2 PLANTS AND BUTTERFLIES. Butterflies hover 
over flowers, vines, and brilliant red mushrooms; in the 
foreground is a creeping snail. 
- H. I iy% in. W. Sy'V in. Wood. 
Purchase, 1871. 

RUYSDAEL, Salomon van. Dutch; born about 1600 probably 
at Haarlem; died there 1670. Perhaps pupil of Esaias van 
de Velde and Jan van Goyen. Landscapes with figures. 

R941-1 DRAWING THE EEL. (A Dutch game played in 
Gallery winter.) At the left is a frozen river with sleighs and 
26 skaters; at the right, in front of a row of buildings, num- 

erous people are watching a man and woman who are 



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mounted on one horse and trying to catch an eel which 

hangs from a wire stretched across the road. 

H. 29^ in. W. 41-f^in. Canvas. Signed: S.VRvysdael 

1650. 

Purchase, 1871. 

R941-2 MARINE. A few fishing-boats and, against the horizon, 
a long Hne of land with buildings, 
H. 13! in. W. 173^^6 in. Canvas. 
Purchase, 1871. 

R941-4 A COUNTRY ROAD. At the left trees surround a 

Gallery farmhouse; in front of this is a road with two vehicles 

26 going over a bridge and two horsemen following at the 

left; the road divides in the foreground; at the right two 

herdsmen and cattle are coming toward a narrow stream 

at the extreme right; meadows beyond and a church in 

the distance. 

H. 38I in. W. 52I in. Canvas. Signed: S.VRvysdael 

1648. 

Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1906. 

R941-5 HAARLEM, HOLLAND. In the foreground a river 
Gallery and two boats filled with people, from one of which a man 
26 mounts a ladder to the top of the bank where there are 

trees, a house, and people; against the horizon at the right 
a windmill, houses, and sail-boats, and in the center of 
the picture above the trees is a square tower; wide ex- 
panse of light sky. 

H.4i|in. W. 52y\ in. Canvas. Signed: S VRuysdael 
1646. Bulletin, 191 5, p. 88; ill. p. 91. 
Bequest of Maria De Witt Jesup, from the collection of 
her husband, Morris K. Jesup, 191 5. 

RYCKAERT, David, 111. Flemish; born 1612 at Antwerp; died 
there 1661. Pupil of his father, David Ryckaert 11. 

R96-1 FARMHOUSE. A man is carrying a basket into a 

Gallery shelter where there are pots and pans, baskets and barrels; 

26 a lamb precedes him and there is a litter of pigs at the 

left; landscape beyond with a residence. 

H. 35f in. W. 45! in. Canvas. Signed: D Ryckart. 

Purchase, 1871. 

RYDER, Albert P. American; born 1847 ^t New Bedford, Mass.; 
died 1917 in New York City. Pupil of National Academy 
of Design in New York and of William E. Marshall. Ro- 
mantic subjects. 

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BY JOHN S. SARGENT 




GEORGE WASHINGTON (gIBBS-CHANNING-AVERY PORTRAIT) 

BY GILBERT STUART 



RYDER — RYN 

R97-1 THE CURFEW HOUR. (The curfew is a twilight- 
Gallery hour bell rung in olden times as a police signal that all 

12 fires and lights should be put out. The word is derived ' 
from the French words "couvre feu.") A landscape with 
two low thatched cottages at the left; two cows in the fore- 
ground; a hill is beyond at the right with the sea in the 
distance at the left; cloudy sky with the moon partly 
hidden. 

H. yf in. W. lOy^ in. Wood. Signed: A. P. Ryder. 
Bulletin, 1909, p. 88. 
Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1909. 

R97-2 THE SMUGGLERS' COVE. Rocks are at the left 

Gallery with two huts in a cleft; a sail-boat is beached nearby 

16 and a horse and several figures are in the foreground; 

blue sea and yellowish cloudy sky are at the right. 

H. 10 in. W. 28 in. Leather. Bulletin, 1909, p. 88. 

Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1909. 

R97~3 THE BRIDGE. An arched stone bridge is in the 
Gallery center of the picture; there is a hill at the right and at the 

13 left the towers of a town are seen against a sunset sky. 
H. ii| in. W. 26I in. Leather. 

Gift of George A. Hearn, 1909. 

R97-4 TOILERS OF THE SEA. A sail-boat manned by two 
Gallery fishermen is tossing in the rough sea and shows dark 
12 against the waves and clouds lit by a silvery moon. 

H.I if in. W. 12 in. Wood. Signed: ARyder. Bulle- 
tin, 191 5, p. 81 ; ill. p. 85. 
Purchase, Hearn Fund, 191 5. 

RYDER, Platt P. American; born 1821 at Brooklyn, N. Y.; 
died 1896. Pupil of Bonnat in Paris. Portraits. 

R971-1 GEORGE P. PUTNAM. (1814-1872; New York pub- 
lisher; Trustee of the Museum from its foundation.) 
Life-size, almost to the waist; he has gray hair and a full 
gray beard with a smooth upper lip. 
H.27I in. W. 22yig^ in. Canvas. Signed: P. P. Ryder, 72. 
Gift of Samuel P. Avery, 1893. 

RYN. See Rembrandt van Ryn. 



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SALVI, Giovanni Battista. See Sassoferrato. 

SANCHEZ-PERRIER, Emilio. Spanish; born i853(?) at Seville, 
lives in Paris. Pupil of Cano. 

Sa5-i LAGOON NEAR VENICE. Beyond the water is a 
green terrace and in the distance are white buildings 
above which rises a round dome; at the left are several 
boats under a covered dock. 

H. 13I in. W. 21^ in. Wood. Signed: E. Sanchez- 
Perrier. 85. 
Bequest of Thomas P. Salter, 1907. 

SANO Dl PIETRO Dl MEN ICO. Italian (Sienese); born 1406 
at Siena; died there 1481. Pupil of Sassetta. 

Sa5i-i MADONNA AND CHILD. The Madonna, seen to the 
Gallery waist, holds the Child with both hands; she has a 
33 black mantle over her head and shoulders, and the Child, 

who is seated on her arm and seen to the knees, wears a 
gold brocaded dress; gold background with the Virgin's 
halo incised. In the pediment of the frame there is a 
small figure of Christ rising from the tomb. 
H. 2of in. W. 13^ in. Tempera on wood. 
Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1909. 

Sa5i-2 KING SOLOMON AND THE QUEEN OF SHEBA. 

Gallery Panel divided into two parts by a border. At the left, in 
31 the city of Sheba, men are carrying boxes and bales and 

loading them upon camels while the Queen and her ladies 
oversee the packing; in the center of this part the retinue 
passes out of the city gates with, in the foreground, two 
white horses drawing a chariot in which the Queen is 
seated under a dais while before her are two trumpeters 
and four musicians; in another chariot and on foot are 

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soldiers and attendants preceded by the camels guided by 
apes and negro boys perched on the bales. In the right- 
hand part the procession is entering the gates of Jerusa- 
lem. At the extreme right King Solomon stands in the 
loggia of his house and receives his guest; crowds look on 
from the square and balcony; landscape background. All 
wear costumes of the artist's time. 

The border is in relief, gilded. At each side are armorial 
bearings; the shield at the left is blue with a bend, gold, 
between three gold vines, probably the device of the Luci 
family of Florence; that at the right is red with a counter- 
embattled fesse, likewise of gold, between three pairs of 
gold wheat ears, and belongs to the Sienese family of the 
Spannochi. At the base is the following inscription: 

QUESTA SIE LASTORIA QUANDO LAREINA SABA ANDO 
AUDIRE LA SAPIENTIA DELRE SALAMONE INGIERUSALEM. 

(This is the history [of the time] when the Queen of Sheba 

went to hear the wisdom of King Solomon in Jerusalem.) 

The panel was a decoration for furniture, probably a 

settle or marriage chest. 

H. 20^ in. W. 70 in. Tempera on wood. Bulletin, 1914, 

p. 128, ill. 

Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1914. 

SARGENT, John S. American; born 1856 at Florence, Italy, of 
American parents; lives in London. Pupil of Carolus- 
Duran in Paris. Chiefly portraits. 

Say-i HENRY G. MARQUAND. (1819-1902; a New York 
Gallery merchant and art collector; president of the Museum 
1 1 from 1890 to 1902.) Life-size, seated figure, seen to below 

the knees; his right arm is over the back of the white 
enameled caned chair on which he is seated and the left 
rests on a table with the hand raised and supporting his 
head; his thin hair, moustache, and side whiskers are 
gray; he wears a black frock coat; the background is dark 
with a gray curtain at the left. 

H. 52 in. W. 4if in. Canvas. Signed: John S. Sar- 
gent. Bulletin, 191 1, p. 4, ill. 
Gift of the Trustees, 1897. 

Sa7-2 WILLIAM M. CHASE. (American painter; see Chase.) 

Gallery Life-size, standing portrait, seen to below the knees; in 

121 his left hand are the palette, brushes, and mahlstick 

and a brush is held in his extended right hand. Dark 

background. 

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H. 62I in. W. 41I in. Canvas. Inscribed by Mr. 
Chase: Copyright by John S. Sargent, 1902. Bulletin, 
1905, p. 9, ill. 
Gift of pupils of Mr. Chase, 1905. 

Sa7-3 G 1 TANA. Life-size study of a gypsy woman, seen to the 
Gallery waist; she wears a red drapery and her black hair is 
15 tightly braided. 

H.28|in. W. 23^ in. Canvas. Signed: John S. Sargent. 

Gift of George A. Hearn, 1910. 

Sa7-4 THE HERMIT. A woodland scene with the emaciated 

Gallery nude figure of an old man seated in the immediate fore- 

12 ground at the right; two deer are nearby; sunlight falls 

through the branches. 

H. 37I in. W. 38 in. Canvas. Signed: John S. Sargent. 

Bulletin, 191 1, p. 100; 1912, p. 205, ill. 

Purchase, Rogers Fund, 19 10. 

Sa7-5 PADRE SEBASTIANO. A disorderly bedroom with a 
Gallery young priest seated at a table at the right, botanizing. 
12 H. 22j in. W. 28 in. Canvas. Signed: John S. Sargent. 

Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1910. 

Sa7-6 TYROLESE INTERIOR. Three women and two men. 
Gallery with heads bent, are seated about a table set for a meal; 
15 strong sunlight comes from a window at the right falling 

across the figures and the table and striking the wall at 
the left; in the shadow above the group is a shrine with a 
large crucifix between two devotional figures. 
H. 28I in. W. 22^V in- Canvas. Signed: John S Sargent 
1915. 
Purchase, Hearn Fund, 191 5. 

Sa7-7 MOUNTAIN STREAM. The stony shore of a pool with 
a youth bathing; his flesh gleams in the sunlight. 
H. 13^ in. W. 21 in. Water color. Signed: John S 
Sargent. 
Purchase, Pulitzer Bequest, 191 5. 

Sa7-8 IDLE SAILS. A boat with lowered sails is anchored in 
the foreground; beyond is a hilly shore with distant moun- 
tains at the right. 

H. i3§ in. W. 2of in. Water color. Signed: John S. 
Sargent. 
Purchase, Pulitzer Bequest, 191 5. 

837-9 THE GIUDECCA. One of the islands of Venice. View 
of a canal spanned in the middle distance by a small 

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.1 

bridge; in the immediate foreground at the left is a build- 
ing before which a barge and a smaller boat are anchored; 
other buildings are at the left beyond the bridge. 
H. 13I in. W. 2of in. Water color. Signed: John S 
Sargent. 
Purchase, Pulitzer Bequest, 191 5. 

Say-io SIRMIONE. A village on the point of a promontory at 
the southern end of the Lake of Garda, Italy. Marshy 
foreground with the end of the promontory dimly seen 
across the lake; dark clouds at the horizon. 
H. 15I in. W. 21 in. Water color. Signed: John S 
Sargent. 
Purchase, Pulitzer Bequest, 191 5. 

Say-ii SPANISH FOUNTAIN. In the foreground the stone 
basin of a fountain is upheld by three crouching female 
figures; a stream of water flows from the mouth of a 
grotesque and falls into the basin; a wall forms the back- 
ground with blue and white and green tiles at the base and 
a dull red wall above. 

H. 2o| in. W. i3j\ in. Water color. Signed: John S. 
Sargent. Bulletin, 1916, ill. p. 37. 
Purchase, Pulitzer Bequest, 191 5. 

Sa7-i2 TYROLESE CRUCIFIX. A wayside shrine v/ith the 
crucifix protected by a small pointed roof; at left a gnarled 
tree trunk and at right the sky. 

H. 2o| in. W. 15^ in. Water color. Signed: John S. 
Sargent. 
Purchase, Pulitzer Bequest, 191 5. 

Sa7-i3 IN THE GENERALIFE. Garden of the Generalife 
Palace, Granada, Spain. Three ladies are seated in the 
garden with dense foliage back of them; the central one 
is sketching with a low easel before her; a younger woman, 
dressed in white, is at the left, and an older one, in black, at 
the right. 

H. 14I in. W. 17I in. Water color. Signed: John S. 
Sargent. 
Purchase, Pulitzer Bequest, 191 5. 

Sa7-I4 BOATS. A white boat with its sail spread, and a small 
dark boat are anchored in a cove; rocky shore at left with 
dark pines beyond, 

H. 15-jV in. W. 2of in. Water color. Signed: John S. 
Sargent. Bulletin, 1916, ill. p. 38. 
Purchase, Pulitzer Bequest, 191 5. 

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Sa7-I5 VENETIAN CANAL. In the foreground at right and 
left are houses, boats at anchor, and people; a single- 
span stone bridge is in the middle distance; beyond, in the 
center, rises a red church tower. 

H. I5§ in. W. 2o| in. Water color. Signed: John S. 
Sargent. 
Purchase, Pulitzer Bequest, 191 5. 

Sa7-i6 ESCUTCHEON OF CHARLES V. (i 500-1 558; King of 
Spain as Charles I and later Emperor of the Holy Roman 
Empire.) A carved lunette in the upper part of the 
fountain in the garden of the Palace of Charles V at 
Granada, Spain. The tablet below is inscribed: impera- 

TOR C/ESAR I KAROLUS QVINTO. 

H. ii| in. W. 17I in. Water color. Signed: John S. 
Sargent. Bulletin, 1916, ill. p. 36. 
Purchase, Pulitzer Bequest, 191 5. 

Say-iy MADAME X; Portrait of Mme. Gautreau. Full- 
Gallery length, standing figure with the head in profile to the 
15 right; her right hand rests upon a table and holds a closed 

fan; she wears a low-cut, black velvet evening gown. 
H. 82I in. W. 43i in. Canvas. Signed: John S. Sar- 
gent 1884. Bulletin, 1916, p. 113; ill. p. 115. 
Purchase, Arthur Hoppock Hearn Fund, 191 6. 

Say-iS MARBLE QUARRY AT CARRARA. A view at the 
Gallery famous quarries which furnished and still furnish the 

12 finest of the Italian marbles for sculptors. Workmen 
are busy with ropes, by means of which the blocks are 
lowered from the heights to the plain. One seated at the 
right foreground has wound his rope round a post and 
plays it out slowly. 

H. 28I in. W. 36I in. Canvas. Signed : John S. Sargent. 
Purchase, The Harris Brisbane Dick Fund, 19 17. 

SARTAIN, William. American; born 1843 at Philadelphia, Pa.; 
lives in New York City. Pupil of Pennsylvania Academy 
of the Fine Arts at Philadelphia; Bonnat and Ecole 
des Beaux-Arts in Paris; studied also in Italy and Spain. 

Sayi-i A CHAPTER FROM THE KORAN. The courtyard 
Gallery of a stone house with an Arab, in a white robe, seated 

13 at the left, reading; three men are seated opposite to him, 
listening. 

H. 32yV iri. W. 4aiV in. Canvas. Signed: W. Sartain. 
Purchase, Hearn Fund, 1909. 

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SASSOFERRATO — SCHENCK 

SASSOFERRATO; real name Giovanni Battista Salvi. Italian 

(Bolognese); born 1605 at Sassoferrato; died 1685 at 

Rome. Pupil of his father, Tarquinio Salvi; follower 
and imitator of the Carracci. 

Sa72-i MADONNA. The figure is seen almost to the waist, 
Gallery with hands and eyes raised; she wears a dull red robe, 
29 white veil, and blue mantle. 

H. 25! in. W. 2o| in. Canvas. 
Purchase, 187 1. 

SAVOLDO, Giovanni Girolamo. Italian; born about 1480 at 
Brescia; died after 1548 perhaps in Venice. Influenced 
by Moretto and Titian. 

Sag-i SAINT MATTHEW AND THE ANGEL. The life- 
Gallery size, seated figure of St. Matthew, wearing a loose claret- 
29 colored robe; he holds a quill pen in his right hand, which 

rests on a partly written sheet of paper near a lighted 
lamp; the angel in a mauve dress floats at the right and 
> through an open door there is a view of three figures 
around a fire. 

H. 364- in. W. 49i\ in. Canvas. Bulletin, 1912, p. loi. 
Purchase, Marquand Fund, 191 2. 

SCHEFFER, Ary. French; born 1795 at Dordrecht, Meuse; died 
iS^8 at Argenteuil, near Paris. Pupil of Guerin in Paris. 
History and portrait painter. 

Sch2-i PETERS REPENTANCE. Life-size figures, seen to 
the knees; Christ, in a white habit, stands at the right 
with His hands bound and looks reproachfully toward 
Peter who is fleeing at the left; a soldier in a steel helmet 
and the disciples are beyond. 
H. 59I in. W. 73f in. Canvas. Signed: Ary Scheffer, 

1855. 

Gift of Edward Brandus, 1899. 

SCHENCK, August F. A. French; born 1828 at Gluckstadt, 
Duchy of Holstein; died 1901 at Ecouen, France. Pupil 
of Cogniet in Paris. 

Sch2i-i LOST; SOUVENl R OF AUVERGNE. A flock of sheep 

Gallery huddled together on a mountain side in a snow storm; 

17 two shepherd dogs are at the left, and in the distance the 

shepherd is seen clinging to a wayside cross. 

H. 58 in. W. 97f in. Canvas. Signed: Schenck. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

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SCHOFIELD, W. Elmer. American; born 1867 at Philadelphia, 
Pa.; lives there. Pupil of Pennsylvania Academy of the 
Fine Arts in Philadelphia; Bouguereau, Doucet, and 
Aman-Jean in Paris. Landscapes. 

Sch6-i SAND DUNES NEAR LELANT, CORNWALL, 

Gallery ENGLAND. The gray sands in the foreground are 

15 broken by coarse green growth and sparsely foliaged trees; 

across the middle distance flows a greenish river and on the 

farther bank is a village; rolling blue-green hills are 

beyond. 

H. 38 in. W. 48 in. Canvas. Signed: Schofield. 05. 

Bulletin, 1909, p. 57, ill. 

Purchase, Hearn Fund, 1909. 

SCHRADER, Julius. German; born 181 5 at Berlin; died there 
1900. Pupil of the Berlin Academy and of Schadow in 
Diisseldorf. 

Sch6i-i BARON ALEXANDER VON HUMBOLDT. (1769- 
1859; German scientist and author; this portrait was 
painted when he was 89 years old.) Life-size figure, 
seated on a hillside with an open book on his lap and a 
pencil in his right hand; snow-capped mountains are 
in the distance. 

H.62|in. W. 54f in. Canvas. Signed: Julius Schrader 1859 
Gift of H. O. Havemeyer, 1889. 

SCHREYER, Adolf. German; born 1828 at Frankfort-am-Main; 
died 1899 at Kronberg. Pupil of Stadel Institute in 
Frankfort; studied in Stuttgart, Munich, and Dusseldorf. 

Sch7-i ABANDONED; MARSHES OF THE DANUBE, 

Gallery A single horse is attached to a dilapidated military 

18 wagon; the dead body of another horse and that of the 

driver lie on the ground. 

H. 1 1| in. W. 22I in. Water color. Signed: Ad. Schreyer. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

Sch7-2 ARABS ON THE MARCH. Horsemen are going 

Gallery through a rocky region toward a walled city which 

18 appears at the left; the Arab in the foreground wears 

a white burnoose (hood) and rides a white horse; another, 

wearing a red cap and jacket, is mounted on a bay. 

H. 22f in. W. 37f in. Canvas. Signed: Ad. Schreyer. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

Sch7-3 BATTLE SCENE; ARABS MAKING A DETOUR. 
Mounted Arabs are galloping to the left across a plain; 

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in the foreground a chief, wearing a white burnoose 
and rose-colored jacket and trousers, rides a gray 
horse that rears at a bursting shell; a standard bearer 
in a white burnoose and blue jacket, is on a gray horse 
that rears at the right. 

Ho 59I in. W. 99I in. Canvas. Signed: Ad. Schreyer. 
Gift of John Wolfe, 1893. 

Sch7-4 COSSACK HORSES IN A STORM. 

H. 2o| in. W. 42! in. Canvas. Signed: Ad Schreyer. 
Bequest of Eliza W. Howland, 191 7. 

SCHREYVOGEL, Charles. American; born 1861 at New York 
City; died 1912 at Hoboken, N. J. Pupil of H. August 
Schwabe in Newark, N. J.; Carl Marr and Frank Kirch- 
bach in Munich. 

Schyi-i MY BUNKIE (Bunk-mate). Three horses are gallop- 
ing across barren hills; the rider of the brown horse in the 
immediate foreground leans over to help a young man to 
the back of his moving horse; the riders of the other two 
horses are leveling their guns. This picture was awarded 
the Thomas B. Clarke prize at the National Academy 
of Design in 1900. 

H. 25 1\ in. W. 34 in. Canvas. Signed: Chas. Schreyvogel. 
Gift of friends of the artist, 19 12. 

SCOTT, Emily M. American; born 1832 at Spnngwater, N. Y.; 
died 191 5 in New York City. Pupil of National Academy 
of Design and Art Students' League in New York; Collin 
in Paris. Flowers. 

Sco8-i YELLOW ROSES. Flowers in a glass bowl. 

H. lof in. W. I4j in. Water color. Signed: E. M. 

Scott. 

Gift of friends of the artist, 1909. 

SEBASTIANO DEL PIOMBO; real name Sebastiano Luciani. 
Italian (Venetian); born about 1,485, probably 
at Venice; died 1 547 at Rome. Pupil of Giovanni 
Bellini; influenced by Giorgione and later, in Rome, 
by Michaelangelo. 

Se2-i CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS. (,1446?-! 506; the dis- 

Gallery coverer of America. This is a posthumous portrait.) 

The figure is larger than life and seen to the waist; he 

years a black hat, a black coat with a gray collar, and a 

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black doublet above which appears a gathered white 
shirt; the left hand is on his breast and the right is ex- 
tended. Inscribed: H/EC EST ' EFFIGIES • LIGURIS 
• MIRANDA COLUMBI ' ANTIPODUM • PRIMUS ' 
RATE • QUI ' PENETRAVIT ' IN ' ORBEM • 1519' 
(This is the admirable effigy of the Genoese Columbus, the 
first who entered in a ship into the world of the Anti- 
podes). 

H. 42/^ in. Wo 34f in. Canvas. * Signed: SEBAS- 
TIANVS VENETVS FACIT. 
Gift of J. Pierpont Morgan, 1900. 

SEITZ, Anton. German; born 1829 at Roth-am-Sand, near 
Nuremberg; died 1900 at Munich. Pupil of Wagner 
and Reindel in Nuremberg and of Fliiggen in Munich. 

Se4-i THE DISCUSSION. A courtyard with an old man 

Gallery seated smoking; before him stands a man, wearing a long 

18 green coat, who is gesticulating; back of them at the left 

stands a girl holding a jug; through an open door at the 

right is seen a team of horses. 

H. I if in. W. 15I in. Wood. Signed: Anton Seitz 

1869. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

SELLAIO, Jacopo del. Italian; born at Florence 1442; died 1493. 
The son of a saddler, hence his name. Studied probably 
under Era Filippo Lippi but imitated different contem- 
poraries — Botticelli, Ghirlandaio, Rosselli; his eclecticism 
is the excuse for the large number of works of various 
styles now ascribed to him. 

Se4i-5i THE ANNUNCIATION. A tondo. The Virgin, 
Gallery dressed in the traditional red robe and blue mantle, 
30 stands at the right, her reading desk behind her. The 

angel, in white with an overdress of rose, kneels before 
her at the left, holding the lily. The angel's wings are 
opalescent blue, the floor is of inlaid marble, and there 
is an architectural background with an arcade back of 
the angel, leading out to a landscape of plain and sea. 
Circular; diameter, 32I in. Tempera on wood. 
Lent by Mrs. George B. McClellan, 19 17. 

SHANNON, Charles H. British; born 1865; lives in London. 
Pupil of Charles Ricketts. Wood engraver and litho- 
grapher as well as painter. , 

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Shi-51 LILAH McCarthy. (As Dona Ana in Man and 
Gallery Superman by G. B. Shaw.) Full-length, life-size figure 
19 seated before a dressing table; she wears a low-necked, 

spangled gown, the voluminous pink skirt trimmed with 
rows of black and white ribbon; red feathers are in her 
black hair and a spangled black scarf hangs over her right 
shoulder; a fan and lace handkerchief are held in her 
black-gloved hands. 

H.'j6j\m. W. 47i in. Canvas. Signed: CHARLES 
SHANNON 1907. Bulletin, 191 5, p. 75. 
Lent by John Quinn, 191 5. 

SHANNON, James J. American; born 1862 at Auburn, N. Y.; 
lives in London. Studied at South Kensington School 
of Art in London. Portraits and figure subjects. 

Shii-i FAIRY TALES. A lady in a white dress trimmed with 

Gallery violet, is seated on a white chair with her back toward the 

15 spectator; she is reading to two little girls, dressed in 

white, who are seated on a couch facing her; a blue 

Japanese screen, with a design of golden wings and red 

flowers, forms the background. 

H.34iin. W. 44fin. Canvas. Signed: J. J.SHANNON 

1895. 

Purchase, Arthur Hoppock Hearn Fund, 191 3. 

Shi 1-2 MAGNOLIA. Full-length, life-size figure of a young girl. 

Gallery coming down a step; she wears a white embroidered dress 

13 and a long black velvet cloak edged with ermine; a branch 

of magnolia is in her left hand; a green curtain with 

black figures forms the background. 

H. 7ifin. W. 39I in. Canvas. Signed: J. J. SHANNON 

1899. 

Purchase, Hearn Fund, 191 3. 

SHARPLESS, James. American; born about 1750 in England; 
went to the United States in 1796 and died in 181 1 at 
New York City. Pupil of Romney. Traveled, painting 
small portraits, chiefly in pastel. Sometimes signed 
Sharpies. 

Sh2-i ALBERT GALLATIN, (i 761-1849; American statesman; 
Secretary of the Treasury 1801-1813; Minister to France 
1816-1823; settled in New York City about 1826.) 
Seen almost to the waist with head and figure in profile 
to the left; he wears a black coat and striped waistcoat; 

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blue background. A duplicate is in the Art Gallery at 

Bristol, England. 

H. 9I in. W. 7f in. Pastel. 

Gift of Josephine L. Stevens, 1908. 

Sh2-2 JOSIAH INGERSOLL. (1763-1839; Warden of the 
Port of New York from 1820 to 1839.) Seen nearly to the 
waist with the face almost front; he wears a blue coat and 
white stock; blue background. 
H. 9II in. W. 7I in. Pastel. 
Gift of Mrs. Caroline E. Lawrence Ingersoll, 1908. 

SHEE, Sir Martin A. British (Irish); born 1769 at Dublin, Ire- 
land; died 1850 at Brighton, England. Studied in Dub- 
lin and later at the Royal Academy Schools in London. 
Portraits. 

Sh3-i DANIEL O'CONNELL. (1775-1847; Irish lawyer and 

Gallery statesman.) Life-size figure, seated in a red chair and 

24 seen full-front almost to the knees; his left arm rests on a 

table and the right holds a quill pen. 

H. 35I in. W. 28I in. Canvas. 

Gift of John D. Crimmins, 1899. 

SHURTLEFF, Roswell M. American; born 1838 at Rindge, 
N. H.; died 191 5 in New York City. Pupil of Lowell 
Institute in Boston; National Academy of Design in New 
York. Landscapes. 

Sh9-i A MOUNTAIN STREAM. Pine trees are at the left; 
the water flows toward the foreground at the right; stony 
bank with trees beyond and mountains in the distance. 
H. 38I in. W. 5of in. Canvas. Signed: R. M. Shurtleff. 
Gift of William F. Havemeyer, 1891. 

SI MONETTI, Attilio. Italian; born at Rome; lives there. 
Pupil of Fortuny. 

Si4-i THE RENDEZVOUS. A woman, dressed in pale pink 

S. W. silk and holding a fan, stands near a light wall. 
Stairway H. 13^ in. W. 9^ in. Water color. Signed: Attilio 

Simonetti-RoMA 1874. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

Si4-2 THE AMATEUR. An interior with the full-length 

Gallery standing figure of a man examining a small framed 

18 painting which he holds with both hands; he wears an 

eighteenth century costume consisting of an old-rose 

coat and white satin breeches, 

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H. 13! in. W. 9f in. Water color. Signed: Attilio 

Simonetti, Roma 1872. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

Si4-3 THE MINIATURE. An interior with the full-length 

Gallery standing figure of a woman looking at a miniature which 

18 . she holds in her right hand; she wears a yellow dress and 

a green scarf is over her head and shoulders. 

H. 13! in. W. 9f in. Water color. Signed: Attilio 

Simonetti, 1872. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

SLINGELAND, Pieter van. Dutch; born 1640 at Leyden; died 
there 1 69 1. Pupil of Gerard Dou. Portraits and figure 
subjects. 

Sli6-i PORTRAIT OF A DUTCH BURGOMASTER. A 

Gallery full-length, standing figure, wearing a black robe with a 

26 square yoke of Venetian lace; his right hand is on his 

hip and the left arm rests on a stone balustrade; beyond, 

at the right, is a formal garden with statuary. 

H.i4^in. W.I if in. Wood. Signed: P. v. Slingeland Fecit. 

Purchase, 1871. 

SMILLIE, George H. American; born 1840 at New York City; 
lives there. Pupil of his father, James Smillie, and of 
James M. Hart. Landscapes. 

Sm4i-i AUTUMN AFTERNOON. A stream is at the left 
with a man in a rowboat in the foreground; a road is 
beyond and in the distance a hill. 

H. 361'^c ill- W. 601V in. Canvas. Signed: G. H. Smillie 
N. A. 
Gift of Charles F. Smillie, 1907. 

SMITH, John Rubens. British-American; born 1775 in England; 
died after 1844 at New York City. Pupil of his father, 
the engraver, John Raphael Smith; came to America 
about 1812 and worked in Boston, Philadelphia, and 
New York. Portraits. 

Sm6-i GABRIEL LUDLOW. (Born 1736 at New York City; 
entered the service of England during the Revolution 
and was banished.) A seated figure, seen to the waist 
with the right arm over the back of the chair; he wears 
a black coat, buff waistcoat, and high standing collar. 
H. 9||in. W. 7f in. Water color. 
Bequest of Mrs. Maria P. James, 1911. 

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SNYDERS, Frans. Flemish; born 1579 at Antwerp; died there 
1657. Pupil of Pieter Bruegel, the Younger, and of 
Hendrick van Balen. Animals and still life. 

Sn9-i LIONS CHASING A DEER. Two lions are at the 
left; the one in front has its paw on the haunch of a 
roebuck which is springing forward at the right. At one 
time attributed to Rubens. 
H. 55j in. W. 83^ in. Canvas. 
Purchase, 1871. 

SNYDERS, Frans, and Jan van den Hoecke. See also Hoecke. 

Sn9-2 A GREEN GROCER. A woman wearing a red bodice 
holds a bunch of grapes in her right hand and in the 
other a basket of grapes and apples; in the foreground 
there are vegetables on a stand at the right and fruit 
on a table at the left. 
H. 57I in. W. 78I in. Canvas. 
Purchase, 1871. 

SNYERS, Pieter, Flemish; born 1681 at Antwerp; died there 
1752. Pupil of Alexander van Bredael. 

Sn9i-i FRUITS. A basket filled with grapes and apples is on 
a table where there are also fresh figs, pears, and quinces. 
Formerly attributed to Frans Snyders. 
H. 28j in. W. 35tV iri. Canvas. 
Purchase, 1871. 

SODOM A; real name Giovanni Antonio Bazzi. Italian (Sienese); 
born 1477 at Vercelli; died 1549 at Siena. Worked in 
Milan; later influenced by Leonardo and Raphael. 

Soi-i MARS AND VENUS TRAPPED BY VULCAN. At 

Gallery the right is a room with Hymen and Mercury standing at 

30 the head of the couch of Mars and Venus; out of doors, at 

the left, Vulcan is at his forge, while Apollo stands beside 

him and another figure is partly seen at the extreme left. 

H. ii| in. W. 23I in. Canvas. Bulletin, 191 1, p. 194. 

Purchase, Marquand Fund, 191 1. 

SONNTAG, WILLIAM LOUIS. American; born 1822 at Pitts- 
burgh, Pa.; died 1900, at New York City. Landscape 
painter. 

S05-1 LANDSCAPE; VIEW IN THE WHITE MOUN- 
TAINS. A river with hills on either side. 

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H. 2oi in. W. 36I in. Canvas. 
Bequest of Mrs. William Combe, 1918. 

SORGH, Hendrick Maertensz. Dutch; born about 161 1 at 
Rotterdam; died there 1670. Pupil of Willem Buyte- 
wech; influenced by Brouwer. 

S06-1 A KITCHEN. Near a large window at the left a woman, 
Gallery in a green dress and white kerchief, stands peeling apples; 
26 another woman, wearing a green bodice and purple 

skirt, kneels upon the floor cleaning fish, and turns to 
watch a cat which is eating from a stone crock of refuse 
at the right of the picture; fish and kitchen utensils are 
on the floor in the foreground; in the background two 
figures are in the chimney corner at the left and a winding 
staircase is at the right. 
H. 2o| in. W. 17! in. Wood. 
Gift of Henry G. Marquand, 1888. 

SOROLLA Y BASTIDA, Joaquin. Spanish; born 1863 at Valen- 
cia; lives there and in Madrid. Pupil of San Carlos 
Academy in Valencia. Portraits and genre. 

S061-1 SWIMMERS. Full-length, nude figures of two boys, 

Gallery swimming toward the left through transparent dark green 

19 water; beyond are the head and shoulders of a man 

swimming in the same direction; strong sunlight. 

H. 54f in. W. 84! in. Canvas. Signed: J Sorolla 

Bastida 1905. 

Purchase, Wolfe Fund, 1909. 

S061-2 THE BATH, JAVEA. Three little girls are bathing 

Gallery in the surf; the one in the foreground is nude and is seen 

19 from the back; beyond, the others, in pink and white 

bathing-suits, are waist deep in the water moving toward 

an opening in the rocks which form the background. 

H. 35f in. W. 50I in. Canvas. Signed: J Sorolla 

Bastida 1905. 

Purchase, Wolfe Fund, 1909. 

S061-3 SENORA DE SOROLLA IN BLACK. (A portrait of 
Gallery Clotilde de Sorolla, the artist's wife.) Life-size, full- 
19 length figure, standing in a room with her right hand on the 

back of a red chair; she wears a black silk dress cut V- 
shaped at the neck and a yellow rose is in her belt. In- 
scribed : Clotilde de Sorolla. 

H. 73 in. W. 46! in. Canvas. Signed: J. Sorolla 
Bastida 1906. 
Purchase, Wolfe Fund, 1909. 

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SOROLLA — SPEICHER 

S061-51 BEACHING THE BOAT; VALENCIA. Three yoke 
Gallery of brown oxen standing in the surf are being guided by 
19 three men, one of whom holds the chain and hook attached 

to the foremost pair; beyond is a boat with a large breeze- 
filled sail in strong sunlight; a sailor, seated on the gun- 
wale, directs the work; deep blue sea with white surf. 
H. 117!^ in. W. 173^ in. Canvas. Signed: J. SoroUa y 
Bastida 1903 Valencia. 
Lent by the Hispanic Society of America, 1909. 

S061-52 AFTER THE BATH. A beach with the full-length 

Gallery figure of a young woman in a clinging bathing-suit of 

19 thin yellow material; a young man, wearing a largeyellow 

straw hat, stands behind her holding a white sheet which 

he prepares to put around her; in the background is the 

blue sea with bathers; strong sunlight. 

H. 69! in. W. 43I in. Canvas. Signed: J Sorolla y 

Bastida 1908. 

Lent by the Hispanic Society of America, 1909. 

SPAGNA, Lo. Real name Giovanni di Pietro. Italian; born 

14 ?; died after 1530. Studied under Pietro Perugino 

at the same time as Raphael, whose latest works he 
imitated toward the close of his career. His earliest 
work influenced by Perugino. 

Spi-51 MADONNA AND CHILD. She is seated, shown to be- 

Gallery low the knees, looking down at the nude Child whom she 

30 holds on her right knee. She wears a red dress and a blue 

cloak lined with green; landscape background. 

H. 31 in. W. 23 in. Tempera on wood. 

Lent by Mrs. George B. McClellan, 19 17. 

SPAGNOLETTO. See Ribera. 

SPANISH SCHOOL (?). 

Sp2S-i MADONNA AND SAINT ANNE. The choir of a 
church with St. Anne enthroned and the Virgin and Child 
seated on the floor at her feet; behind the throne are two 
angels, the one at the left playing on a harp and the one 
at the right on a violin. St. Anne wears a rose-colored 
cloak and that of the Virgin is blue. 
H. 59 in. W. 32 in. Wood. 
Gift of Frederic Coudert, 1888. 

SPEICHER, Eugene. American; born 1883 at Buffalo, N. Y.; 

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SPEICHER — SPINELLO 

lives in New York City. Studied in Buffalo and Europe. 
Portraits and landscapes. 

Sp3-i MORNING LIGHT. A spring landscape with level 
Gallery fields in the foreground and rolling hills beyond. 

15 H. 27j in. W. 34I in.' Canvas. Signed: Eugene 

Speicher. Bulletin, 191 2, p. 137, ill. 

Purchase, Hearn Fund, 19 12. 

SPENCER, Robert. American; born 1879 at Harvard, Neb.; 
lives at New Hope, Pa. Studied in New York and 
Philadelphia under Chase, DuMond, Henri, and Garber. 

Sp3i-i REPAIRING THE BRIDGE. A stone bridge is at the 
Gallery right over a stream that fills the foreground; workmen are 
1 5 standing on a raft and going up a ladder that leans against 

a stone retaining wall on top of which are other men; 
beyond is a gray, four-story, factory building with two 
figures in the doorway; another building is partly seen at 
the extreme left and between them is a vista of fields; at 
the extreme right, beyond the bridge, are tall trees. 
H.29|fin. W. 35^1 in. Canvas. Signed: Robert Spen- 
cer 1913. Bulletin, 1914, ill. p. 79. 
Purchase, Hearn Fund, 1914. 

SPINELLO DI LUCA SPINELLI; usually called Spinello Aretino. 
Italian (Florentine); born i333(?) at Arezzo; died 14 10, 
supposedly at Arezzo. Apprenticed to Jacopo del 
Casentino. 

Sp4-i SAINT MARY MAGDALEN. Mary Magdalen, wear- 
Gallery ing a scarlet robe over a gray-green tunic, is enthroned on 
31 a carved and inlaid seat; she holds a large crucifix in her 

left hand and the pot of ointment in her right; against the 
gold background are eight angels with green and gold 
wings and green and rose draperies, who are playing on 
various instruments and form a glory about the Magdalen ; 
in the immediate foreground, in pairs at right and left, 
are diminutive kneeling figures of brothers of the Miseri- 
cordia Fraternity with their bare backs showing between 
the hood and the shirt, while the pot of ointment, symbol 
of the order, is outlined on each shoulder. This was 
originally a processional banner, one of the earliest which 
has come down to us, and on the other side of the canvas, 
now covered by the lining, is painted the Flagellation of 
Christ. The banner was executed for the Brotherhood 
of San Sepolcro at Gubbio. 

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H. 69I in. W. 47^ in. Tempera on canvas. Bulletin, 

1914, p. 43, ill. 

Gift from the estate of Francis M. Bacon, 19 14. 

STARK, James. British (Norwich); born 1794 at Norwich; died 
1859 at London. Pupil of Old Crome at Norwich; 
Royal Academy Schools in London. Landscapes. 

St2-i WILLOWS BY THE WATER COURSES. A group 
Gallery of willows beneath which sheep are grazing. 
14 H. 17I in. W. 24 in. Canvas. 

Gift of George A. Hearn, 1896. 

St2-2 THE MILL. A stream m ihe foreground with several 

Gallery figures and cows beneath the trees on the shore at the 

24 right; in the middle distance is the mill, partly hidden by 

trees; above the mill-dam are fields and hills. 

H. 29^ in. W.4i4fin. Canvas. Bulletin, 191 5, ill. p. 90. 

Bequest of Maria De Witt Jesup, from the collection of 

her husband, Morris K. Jesup, 191 5. 

STEEN, Jan. Dutch; born about 1626 at Leyden; died there 1679. 
Pupil of Nicholas Knupfer and of his father-in-law, 
Jan van Goyen. Peasant subjects and portraits. 

St3-i A DUTCH KERMESSE. Peasants merrymaking in 
Gallery front of a tavern near a stream. 

26 H. 24! in. W. 304 in. Canvas. Signed: JSteen. 

Purchase, 1871. 

STEER, P. Wilson. British (English); born i860 at Birkenhead, 
Cheshire; lives in London. Pupil of the Gloucester 
School of Art; Julian Academy and Ecole des Beaux-Arts 
in Paris. Landscapes and portraits. 

St3i-i RICHMOND CASTLE; YORKSHIRE. The stony bed 

Gallery of a shallow stream is in the foreground and at the right 

18 is a high cliif with shrubbery; on the far bank at the left 

are a village and the castle; heavy cumulous clouds. 

H. 291^6" in. W. 34^ in. Canvas. Signed: P. W. Steer 

1903. Bulletin, 1909, p. 46. 

Purchase, Wolfe Fund, 1908. 

STEFANO, Francesco di. See Pesellino. 

STEFANO, Tommaso di. Italian; born about 1496 at Florence; 
died 1564. Pupil of Lorenzo di Credi. Also architect 
and illuminator. 

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St32-i PORTRAIT OF A MAN. He is about forty, clean 
Gallery shaven, with brown hair hanging over his ears, and is seat- 
30 ed to the right in a Florentine chair, on the arm of which 

his right hand rests, while with the other he points in 
front of him. His hat is black as is also his low-cut, 
puffed-sleeved doublet, which shows his white shirt at the 
shoulders and neck, and at the wrists. Gray stone back- 
ground. 

H. 32^ in. W. 24 in. Wood. Signed on a paper at 
left: OPVS THOML FLORETINI. -A-S:M D-XXl. 
MA II. 
Gift of J. Pierpont Morgan, 19 17. 

STEICHEN, Eduard J. American; born 1879 ^t Milwaukee, 
Wis.; lives in New York City and Paris. Landscapes and 
figure subjects. 

St33-i NOCTURNE; TEMPLE OF LOVE. View of a river 
with an island on which is a formal garden and a small 
temple; in the foreground at the left a nude woman 
gathers flowers. 

H. 25yV in- W. 24I in. Canvas. Signed: STEICHEN 
MDCCCCX. 
Gift of Watson B. Dickerman, 191 1. 

STERNER, Albert Edward. American; born 1863 at London; 
lives in New York City. Pupil of Boulanger, Lefebvre, 
and Gerome in Paris. Contemporary subjects, portraits. 

St4-i THE BLUE STOCKING. A slim young lady seated 

on a blue upholstered couch is darning a blue stocking. 
H. 23I in. W. 29^ in. Pastel. Signed: Albert Sterner, 
1915. 
Gift of Adolph Lewisohn, 1919. 

STEVENS, Alfred. Belgian; born 1828 at Brussels; died 1906 
at Paris. Pupil of Navez in Brussels; Ecole des Beaux- 
Arts under Ingres and of Roqueplan in Paris. Interiors 
with figures. 

St4i-i THE JAPANESE ROBE. Standing figure of a young 

Gallery woman, seen to the knees from the back with her face 

17 reflected in a mirror; she wears a light blue figured kimono 

and holds a Japanese fan in her right hand. 

H. 36^ in. W. 25fV in- Canvas. Signed: A Stevens. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

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St4i-2 PREPARING FOR THE BALL. Full-length, standing 
figure of a lady in a yellow evening dress; she is drawing 
a long white glove on her left arm and her fan and flowers 
are on a chair beside her; a lacquered cabinet is at the 
right against a brown wall. 

H. i2yV in. W. 8f in. Wood. Signed: A Stevens, 
Gift of Mrs. Mary Goldenberg, 1899. 

STEVENS, Edouard Joseph. Belgian; born 1822 at Brussels; 
died there 1892. He was a brother of Alfred Stevens. 

St42-i SURPRISE. A brown and white dog is looking at his 
S. W. reflection in a mirror which is on the floor and rests 
Stairway against a chair; gloves and a cane are in the foreground. 

H. 28 in. W. 36^ in. Canvas. Signed: J. Stevens- 

Brux. 1853. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

STONE, William Oliver. American; born 1830 at Derby, Conn.; 
died 1875 at Newport, R. I. Pupil of N. Jocelyn; lived 
in New York City after 185 1. 

St6-i MISSRAWLE. Small figure, seen to the waist with 
Gallery elbows on the arm of her chair and head resting on her 
16 clasped hands. 

H. 12 in. W. io| in. Canvas; oval. 

Lent by Beatrix Cadwalader Jones, 1910. 

STORK, Abraham. Dutch; born about 1635 ^t Amsterdam; died 
there after 1704. 

St7-i A SEAPORT. Water in the foreground, with shipping 
at the left; on the far shore at the right is an arcaded 
palace with several gondolas at the foot of the steps; a 
galleon and other vessels are beyond. 
H. 20fV i"- W. 26f in. Canvas. 
Purchase, 1871. 

STORY, George H. American; born 1835 at New Haven, Conn.; 
lives in New York City. Pupil of Charles Hine in New 
Haven; studied in Europe; settled in New York City 
in 1863. Curator of paintings, Metropolitan Museum 
of Art, 1889 to 1906. 

St7i-i ALEXANDER S. MURRAY. (1841-1904; British 
archaeologist; Keeper of Department of Greek and Roman 
Antiquities in the British Museum 1887-1904.) Life- 

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size, seated portrait, seen to below the waist, with the right 
hand on the arm of the chair; he has brown hair, moustache, 
and full beard. Through an open window at the right 
there is a view of the Acropolis at Athens. 
H. 30 in. W. 24 in. Canvas. 
Gift of the artist, 1890. 

St7i-2 PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST. Life-size, almost to 

Gallery the waist; a palette and brushes are held in his left hand; 

12 the hair is light brown and the moustache and pointed 

beard are white; he wears a broad-brimmed black felt 

hat and a black velvet coat; a red curtain at the right and 

sky at the left form the background. 

H. 24 in. W. 20 in. Canvas. Signed: G. H. Story Dec. 

1902. 

Gift of Mrs. George H. Story, 1906. 

STRIGEL, Bernhard. German; born 1461 at Memmingen; died 
there before 1528. 

St8-i PORTRAIT OF A GERMAN LADY. Seated figure, seen 

Gallery almost to the knees, with her hands folded in her lap; she 
34 wears a headdress embroidered with pearls and a bodice 

of reddish-brown brocade; the wall back of the fig- 
ure is hung with red brocade and through a window at 
the left there is a view of a landscape with a river. For- 
merly ascribed to Lucas Cranach the Younger. 
H. 15I in. W. io| in. Wood. 
Purchase, 1871. 

STUART, Gilbert. American; born 1755 at Narragansett, R. I.; 
died 1828 at Boston, Mass. Pupil of Cosmo Alexander 
in America and in Scotland; and of Benjamin West in 
London. Portraits. 

St9-i DAVID SEARS. (Lived in Boston.) Life-size portrait, 
Gallery seen almost to the waist, with the face and figure turned to 
16 the left; he has curly light brown hair and wears a black 

coat, a full white neck-cloth, and ruffled shirt. Stuart 
painted several portraits of David Sears, and Sully in 1830 
"did drapery, etc., to Stuart's head"; C. H. Hart believes 
that this is the picture on which Sully worked. 
H. 27I in. W. 23j in. Canvas. 
Gift of several gentlemen, 1881. 

St9-2 GEORGE WASHINGTON. (1732-1799; President of 
the United States 1789-97; this replica was painted at 

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STUART 

Washington, D. C, in 1803, for Daniel Carroll of Dud- 
dington Manor, D. C., and was purchased from the 
Carroll family by Mr. Havemeyer.) Life-size figure, 
seen almost to the waist and turned to the left; his hair 
is powdered and he wears a black coat and a ruffled 
shirt with full neck-cloth; the background is grayish brown. 
H. 29I in. W. 24I in. Canvas. 
Gift of H. O. Havemeyer, 1888. 



CAPTAIN HENRY RICE. (Served in the War of 
1812.) Life-size portrait, seen almost to the waist, with 
the face and figure turned to the left; he has curly brown 
hair and wears a black coat and full white neck-cloth. 
H. 26I in. W. 2i| in. Wood. 
Purchase, 1897. 



JUDGE JOSEPH ANTHONY, JR. (1762-1814; born 
at Newport, R. I.; first cousin of the artist.) Life-size 
figure, seen to the waist and turned to the left; he has 
gray hair and wears a dark blue coat with brass buttons 
and a white neck-cloth tied in a bow; a red curtain is 
draped in the background showing the sky at the lower 
left corner. 

H. 30 in. W. 24I in. Canvas. Bulletin, 1907, p. 129. 
Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1905. 

MRS. JOSEPH ANTHONY, JR. (1766-1812; Hen- 
rietta Hillegas was the daughter of Michael Hillegas, 
the first Treasurer of the United States, and wife 
of Judge Anthony.) Life-size, seated figure, seen to 
the waist and turned to the right; she has powdered 
blond hair with a blue ribbon through it and wears a low- 
necked white silk dress with a light blue sash; a red 
curtain is draped in the background showing deep blue 
sky at the lower right corner. Painted within an oval. 
H. 29|in. W. 24! in. Canvas. Bulletin, 1906, p. 135, ill.; 
1907, p. 129. 
Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1905. 

JOSEF DE JAUDENES Y NEBOT. (Born 1764, 
died before 18 19; Charge d 'Affaires ad interim of 
Spain to the United States, 1 791-6.) Life-size, seated 
figure, facing to the left, and seen to below the knees which 
are crossed; his right hand is on a letter that lies on a 
table covered with a green cloth; his hair is powdered and 
he wears a dark blue velvet coat lined with scarlet and 
embroidered in silver and scarlet waistcoat and breeches; 

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a green curtain is draped in the background showing 

shelves of books at the left. The inscription, coat of arms, 

and the artist's name are not by Stuart. 

H. 5o| in. W. 39I in. Canvas. Bulletin, 1907, p. 

64, ill. 

Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1907. 

St9-7 MATILDE STOUGHTON DE JAUDENES. (Born 
Gallery 1778, died after 1822; she was a daughter of Juan Stough- 
16 ton, Spanish Consul in Boston for thirty years; in 1794 

she married, in New York, the Spanish Charge d'Affaires, 
Josef de Jaudenes.) Life-size, seated figure, facing to the 
right and seen to below the knees; she wears a white silk 
dress with a flowered design and a headdress of white fea- 
thers with jewels; at the right is a table with a red velvet 
cover; a brown curtain is draped in the background show- 
ing deep blue sky at the right. As in the previous picture, 
the inscription, the coat of arms, and the artist's name 
are not by Stuart. 

H. 5of in. W. 39I in. Canvas. Bulletin, 1907, p. 64, ill. 
Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1907. 

St9-8 GEORGE WASHINGTON. (1732-1799; President of 
Gallery the United States, 1789-97. This portrait was painted 
16 at Philadelphia in 1795 and later sold by Stuart to his 

friend Col. George Gibbs, who disposed of it to his 
sister, Mrs. William EUery Channing, from whose son 
it was purchased by Samuel P. Avery and from him by 
the Museum.) Life-size figure, seen almost to the waist, 
and turned slightly to the right; his hair is powdered and 
tied with black ribbon and he wears a black velvet coat, 
ruffled shirt, and full neck-cloth; a green curtain is draped 
in the background showing the sky at the lower right 
corner. 

H. 30I in. W. 25j in. Canvas. Bulletin, 1907, pp. 
1 1 and 1 18, ill. 
Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1907. 

St9-9 ALBERT GALLATIN. (1761-1849; American states- 
Gallery man; Secretary of the Treasury 1801-1813; Minister to 
16 France 1816-23; settled in New York City about 1826.) 

Life-size, seated figure, seen to the waist with the left 
hand holding a letter; he wears a black coat and white 
neck-cloth tied in a bow; the back of the chair showing 
above his shoulders is upholstered in red; red background. 
H. 29I in. W. 23I in. Canvas. 
Gift of Frederick W. Stevens, 1908. 

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St9-5i GENERAL STEPHEN VAN RENSSELAER. (1764- 
Gallery 1839; son of Stephen van Rensselaer and Catherine Liv- 
16 ingston, whose father, Philip Livingston, was one of the 

signers of the Declaration of Independence.) Life-size 
figure, seen to the waist; his hair is powdered and he 
wears a black coat and white neck-cloth; brown back- 
ground. 

H. 30^ in. W. 24 in. Canvas. 

Lent by the Trustees of the Estate of Stephen V. R. 
Townsend, 19 13. 

St9-52 GENERAL PETER GANSEVOORT. (1749-1812; 

Gallery American Colonel in the Revolutionary War.) Head 
16 and shoulders turned to the left; his hair is powdered 

and arranged in a queue; he wears a military coat with 
gold epaulette and yellow facings; a medal hangs from 
his buttonhole on a blue and white ribbon. 
H. 30 in. W. 25 in. Canvas. 

Lent by Roland N. Moore in memory of Mrs. Abraham 
Lansing of Albany, 1919. 

St9-53 LEONARD GANSEVOORT. (1751-1810; brother of 
Wing F General Peter Gansevoort.) Head and shoulders turned 
Gallery to the left; his hair is powdered and arranged in a queue; 
21 his black coat shows a white lace ruffle at the neck. 

H. 30 in. W. 25I in. Canvas. 

Lent by Roland N. Moore in memory of Mrs. Abraham 

Lansing of Albany, 1919. 

SUARDI, Bartolommeo. See Bramantino. 

SULLY, Thomas. American; born 1783 at Horncastle, Lincoln- 
shire, England; died 1872 at Philadelphia, Pa. Taken 
to Charleston, S. C, in 1792; pupil of Belzons, a French 
miniature painter, at Richmond, Va.; studied with Stuart 
in Boston, and West in London. Settled in Philadel- 
phia in 1808. Portraits. 

Su5-i WILLIAM GWYNN. (1779-1846; Baltimore lawyer 

Gallery who was editor of the Federal Gazette, 181 3 to 1839.) 

16 Life-size figure, seen full-face almost to the waist; he has 

dark curly hair, and wears a black coat and vest. 

H. 24 in. W. 20 in. Canvas. 

Gift of Mrs. Rosa C. Stanfield, 1894. 

SU5-2 JOHN FINLEY. Life-size head and shoulders; he 
Gallery has dark, curly hair and wears a black coat and full white 
16 neck-cloth. This picture was at one time attributed to 

Rembrandt Peale. 

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SULLY 

H. i8| in. W. i4i\in. Canvas. Monogrammed : TS 1821. 
Gift of Mrs. Rosa C. Stanfield, 1894. 

Su5-3 PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST. Life-size head and 

Gallery shoulders with the body in profile to the right and face 

16 front; he wears a brown coat with velvet collar; a paint 

brush is held in the right hand. 

H. 17 in. W. 14I in. Canvas. Monogrammed: TS 1821. 

Gift of Mrs. Rosa C. Stanfield, 1894. 

PORTRAIT OF A MAN. Life-size, seated figure, seen 
to the waist; a framed miniature is in his left hand and 
the right is held inside his black coat. 
H. 30I in. W. 25I in. Canvas. 
Gift of George H. Story, 1906. 

MRS. KATHERINE MATTHEWS. (In Sully's register 
this is No. II 59 Sister to Mrs. Mallon, 1812.) Life- 
size figure, turned to the left and seen to below the waist; 
she wears a close-fitting white hood edged with lace, a 
brown-green dress, and a brownish fur cape which she 
holds at the neck with her right hand. 
H. 27! in. W. 23I in. Canvas. 
Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1906. 

Su5-6 THE ARTIST'S WIFE. (1770-1867; Sarah Annis was 
Gallery born at Annapolis and first married Lawrence Sully, also 
16 a painter; after his death she became the wife of the 

younger brother.) Bust portrait seen full-face; she wears 
a reddish brown dress, and a cream-colored scarf is over 
her dark brown hair and held about her shoulders with the 
left hand. Inscribed on the back: For my daughter Jane 
Darley TS 185 1. (Replica of the portrait painted 1832.) 
H. 29I in. W. 22| in. Canvas, oval. Monogrammed: 
TS. 1832. Bulletin, 1914, p. 250; ill. p. 251. 
Bequest of Francis T. S. Darley, 1914. 

Su5-7 QUEEN VICTORIA. (1819-1901; Queen of Great Bri- 
Gallery tain and Ireland and in 1877 Empress of India; she suc- 
16 ceeded to the throne in 1837 and her coronation took place 

June 28, 1838; in 1840 she married Albert, prince of Saxe- 
Coburg and Gotha.) Bust portrait in vignette on a 
stained canvas; she is looking over her right shoulder 
,with the face turned three-quarters front; a jeweled crown 
rests on her parted brown hair and she wears a jeweled 
necklace and pendent earrings; there is light drapery 
about her bare shoulders with a touch of red at the left; 

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SULLY 

brown background behind the head; two studies for 
jewelry are at the right. 

This is the original study, begun March 22nd and finished 
May 15, 1838, according to Sully's own register, for the 
half-length portrait now in the Wallace Collection in 
London, for the whole-length painted for the St. George's 
Society in Philadelphia, where it still hangs, and for the 
whole-length given by the artist to the St. Andrew's 
Society in Charleston, S. C. This sketch is considered 
to be the first portrait of the Queen made after her acces- 
sion to the throne; it was painted before her coronation. 
H.35|fin. W. 28y% in. Canvas. Inscribed: TS. Lon- 
don May 15th 1838. My original study of the Queen 
of England Victoria I Painted from life-Buckingham 
House. Bulletin, 1914, p. 250; ill. p. 247. 
Bequest of Francis T. S. Darley, 1914. 

Su5-8 THE ARTIST'S DAUGHTER ROSALIE. (1818- 
Gallery 1847; she was the seventh child.) Head and shoulders of 
16 a young girl resting her crossed hands on a portfolio and 

holding a pencil; a lamp shade, used as an eye shade, 
throws the upper part of the face into deep shadow; a 
curl of dark brown hair falls over each shoulder; she wears 
a brown dress with red turned-over collar. Inscribed on 
the back: The Student TS. 1839. The picture is some- 
times known as The Fair Student. 

H. 23^ in. W. 19/^ in. Canvas. Monogrammed: TS 
1839. Bulletin, 1914, p. 250. 
Bequest of Francis T. S. Darley, 19 14. 

Su5-9 MOTHER AND SON. (Jane Sully, 1807- 1877, married 
Gallery 1833 William Henry Westray Darley, brother of the illus- 
16 trator, F. O. C. Darley. The boy is her son, Francis 

Thomas Sully Darley, the one who bequeathed the pic- 
ture.) Full-length portrait, three-quarters of life size, 
seated in profile to the left; she supports her chin in her 
right hand and rests the elbow on a low stone wall over 
which hangs a red-bordered shawl; her dark brown hair 
is knotted at the back and curled over the temples; she 
wears a white satin skirt and a low-cut brown bodice with 
a blue bow. The boy stands beside her and leans his 
right hand on her knee; he has curled brown hair and 
wears a green frock, open at the neck, where it is finished 
with a white frill; a brown spaniel lies at his feet. At the 
right a tall urn is back of the figures, and at the left a strip 
of beach with breaking waves and a wide expanse of sky. 

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H. 57 in. W. 45! in. Canvas. Monogrammed: TS 

1840. Jan. Bulletin, 1914, p. 250, ill. p. 249. 
Bequest of Francis T. S. Darley, 19 14. 

SU5-10 THE ROSEBUD. A sleeping child with golden hair lies 

Gallery in a crib half covered with a yellow coverlet; a red curtain 

16 forms the background; a pink rosebud is on the pillow 

near the baby's hand. 

H. 23I in. W. 36^ in. Canvas. Monogrammed: TS. 

1841. Bulletin, 1914, p. 250. 
Bequest of Francis T. S. Darley, 1914. 

SUNDER, Lucas. See Cranach, Lucas, the Elder. 

SYMONS, Gardner. American; born at Chicago; lives in New 
York City. Pupil of the Art Institute of Chicago; 
studied in Paris, Munich, and London. Landscapes. 

Sy6-i THE OPALESCENT RIVER; NEW ENGLAND. 

Gallery Bright sunlight shines on the snow and floating ice in the 
12 river; shore and tree trunks are in the immediate fore- 

ground at the left; on the farther shore at the right there 
are groups of trees with farm buildings beyond; hills are 
in the distance. Awarded Carnegie Prize, National 
Academy of Design, 1909. 

H. 50I in. W. 60-iV i"- Canvas. Signed: Gardner 
Symons. 
Gift of Emerson McMillin, 1909. 



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TABER, Edward Martin. American; born 1863 on Staten 

Island, N. Y.; died 1896 at Washington, Conn. Pupii 

of Abbott Thayer; traveled extensively in Europe. Land- 
scapes. 

T1-51 MOUNT MANSFIELD IN WINTER^ Rolling hills 
with a few evergreens which cast blue shadows on the 
snow; the mountain range in the distance is in shadow; 
in the foreground is a laden sled drawn by two horses. 
H. 24 in. W. 30 in. Canvas. 
Lent by Mrs. C. C. Taber, 19 13. 

TALCOTT, Allen B. Am^erican; born 1867 at Hartford, Conn.; 
died 1908 at L\me, Conn. Pupil of Art Students' 
League of New York; Laurens and Benjamin-Constant 
in Paris. Lived chiefly in New York City. Landscapes. 

T14-1 RETURN OF THE REDWING. A spring landscape; 
Gallery in the foreground is a pool and birds are alighting nearby 
12 on bare branches; there is a low hill bexond. 

H. 23 in. W. 32 in. Wood. Signed: Allen B. Talcott. 

Gift of Mrs. Allen B. Talcott, 190Q. 

TENIERS, David, the Elder. Flemish; born 1582 at Antwerp; 
died there 1649. Pupil of his elder brother, Juliaen 
Teniers, of Rubens in Antwerp, and Adam Elsheimer in 
Rome. Peasant subjects. 

T25-1 A DUTCH KITCHEN. At the left a woman, in a red 
Gallery jacket, white apron, and dark skirt, stands beside a vat 
26 on the edge of which she holds a jug; a carca.ss of beef 

hangs from a beam; beyond, a man holding a bowl is 
stepping out of an open doorway; in the background at 
the right a man and a woman are in conversation; 
kitchen utensils and vegetables are strewn about and a 

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brown and white dog stands in the foreground watching 
the maid, 

H. 3i| in. W. 45^ in. Canvas. Sign-ed: D. Teniers F. 
Gift of William H. Webb, 1874. 

TENIERS, David, the Elder, and Pieter Neeffs the Elder. 

INTERIOR OF ANTWERP CATHEDRAL. Figures 
by Teniers. See Neeffs, N 29-1. 

TENIERS, David, the Younger. Flemish; born 1610 at Ant- 
werp, died 1690 at Perck near Brussels. Pupil of his 
father, David Teniers the Elder; influenced by Rubens 
and Brouwer. Peasant subjects and landscapes. 

T251-1 TEMPTATION OF SAINT ANTHONY. A cave; 

Gallery near the entrance at the left, St. Anthony is seated at a 
27 table with an open Bible resting on a skull; a cross and a 

jar of water are beside him; behind him a fiend in the garb 
of a monk points to a young woman dressed in light blue, 
who is led toward the Saint by a horned man; at the 
right, monsters surround a sleeping woman; others, in 
the foreground at the left, are in the forms of bats, 
frogs, and flying fish. 

H. 22f in. W. 27! in. Copper. Signed: D. Tenters. 
Purchase, 1871. 

T251-2 A MARRIAGE FESTIVAL. Numerous peasants are 
assembled near a cottage; some are seated at a table in 
front of a board fence; couples are dancing, while a man 
seated on a tub plays the bagpipes; in the immediate 
foreground at the right a few are seated at a table; at 
the left a woman is trying to raise a drunken man; 
landscape beyond. 

H. 25! in. W. igl in. Canvas. Signed: D. Teniers Fec. 
Purchase, 1871. 

T251-3 JUDITH WITH THE HEAD OF HOLOFERNES. 

Judith, wearing a dark green dress, is seen to the knees, 
standing with the severed head of Holofernes held in her 
left hand in the act of dropping it into a bag held by an 
old woman who stands behind her; in the tent, beyond, 
the headless trunk is lying on a couch. 
H. 14! in. W. lo^"^^ in. Copper. 
Gift of Gouverneur Kemble, 1872. 

T251-4 LANDSCAPE. At the right two men stand near a 
Gallery rocky ledge at the edge of a wood; trees are at the left and 
27 a church spire is in the distance. 

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H. 6f in. W. 9 in. Wood. 
Gift of Henry G. Marquand, 1888. 

T251-5 THEGOOD SAMARITAN. A landscape with a wounded 

Gallery man lying in the foreground; a kneeling figure is ban- 

27 daging his leg. Copy of a painting by Bassano (Jacopo 

da Ponte), now in the Belvedere Gallery at Vienna. 

H. 6f in. W. 9 in. Wood. 

Gift of Henry G. Marquand, 1888. 

T251-6 LANDSCAPE. Hilly country with a flock of sheep in 

Gallery the foreground; a boy in a red dress is at the right; a man 

27 and a dog are resting at the left. Copy of a painting by 

Bassano (Jacopo da Ponte), now in the Belvedere 

Gallery in Vienna. 

H. 6f in. W. 9 in. Wood. 

Gift of Henry G. Marquand, 1888. 

TERBORCH, Gerard. Dutch; born 1617 at Zwolle; died 1681 
at Deventer. Pupil of his father, Gerard Terborch the 
Elder, at Zwolle and of Pieter Molyn at Haarlem. 
Interiors with figures, and portraits. 

T27-2 PORTRAIT OF A GENTLEMAN. Seated figure, seen 

Gallery to below the knees; at the right is a table with a red cover 

26 on which is a high-crowned black felt hat; his right arm 

is in a sling and the left rests on his knee; he has long 

brown hair and wears a flat square collar over a black 

suit and gray cape. 

H. 14I in. W. 12 in. Wood. 

Gift of Henry G. Marquand, 1888, 

T27-3 LADY PLAYING THE THEORBO. The lady, in a 

Gallery blue velvet jacket trimmed with ermine, is seated at the 

39 left beside a table, covered with a rug, on which are a 

music book and a watch; at the right a gentleman is seated 

on the table; he has long brown hair, wears a brown jacket 

with braided sleeve, and holds a tall black hat on his knee; 

a high mantelpiece is back of the lady and a map hangs 

on the wall. 

H. 14^ in. W. I2fin. Wood. 

Bequest of Benjamin Altman, 1913. 

T27-4 THE TOILET. An interior with a full-length figure of a 

Gallery young woman wearing a reddish skirt and \ellow bodice, 

26 who stands before a dressing table; behind her at the left 

is a maid with a tray and pitcher; a bed, enclosed with red 

drapery, is in the background. 

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H. iSf in. W. i3f in. Wood. 
Gift of J, Pierpont Morgan, 1917. 

T27C-1 THE COURTYARD OF A BLACKSMITH'S SHOP. 
Within a shed a man is sharpening a tool on a revolving 
stone and a young man stands watching him; turrets 
show above the slant roof. Old copy of a picture by 
Terborch in the Kaiser Fricdrich Museum in Berlin. 
H. 31I in. W. 25! in. Canvas. 
Purchase, Marquand Fund, 1908. 

TERBORCH and DE LORME. 

INTERIOR OF A PROTESTANT CHURCH. Figures 
by Terborch. See Lorme, L89-1. 

THAYER, Abbott Henderson. American; born 1849 at Boston; 
lives at Monadnock, N. H. Pupil of Ecole des Beaux- 
Arts in Paris under Lehmann and Gerome. 

T33-1 YOUNG WOMAN. Life-size, seated figure, seen to the 

Gallery knees; her right arm crosses her body and the hands meet 

13 on a rock in the immediate foreground at the right; she 

wears a classic white drapery. 

H. 39fin. W. 3 if in. Canvas. Bulletin, 1906, p. 55, ill. 

Gift of George A. Hearn, 1906. 

T33-2 MONADNOCK. A view from the artist's house in 

Gallery New Hampshire. The blue-purple mountain fills al- 

13 most the entire picture; snow patches on the summit 

show orange in the setting sun, and its base is hidden 

by a grove of hemlock trees. Snow in the foreground. 

H. 54 in. W. 63I in. Canvas. Signed: Abbott H. Thayer. 

Purchase, George A. Hearn Fund, 191 7. 

THEOTOCOPULI, Domenico. See Greco. 

THOMA, Hans. German; born 1839 at Bernau, in the Black 
Forest; lives at Karlsruhe. Pupil of Karlsruhe Academy 
under Schirmer. Landscapes with figures. 

T36-1 AT LAKE OF GARDA (Northern Italy). A green 

Gallery hillside with sheep grazing in the foreground and two wo- 

19 men seated on the ground in a grove of olive trees; in 

the distance at the right snow-capped mountains are 

seen against a deep blue sky. 

H. 33 in. W. 26f in. Millboard. Monogrammed: H T 

1907. Bulletin, 1909, p. 69. 

Gift of Hugo Reisinger, 1909. 

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T36-2 EVENTIDE; Hill with Cattle. A herd of cows on the 
Gallery brow of a hill and in the foreground, among the bushes 
19 and wild flowers, the figure of an old woman. 

H. 45tV iri- W. 61 1^^ in. Canvas. Signed: Hans Thoma 

1871. 

Purchase, Reisinger Fund, 191 6. 

THOMAS, S. Seymour. American; born 1868 at San Antonio, 
Tex.; studios in New York and Paris. Pupil of Chase in 
New York; Lefebvre and Benjamin-Constant in Paris. 

T361-1 MRS. S. SEYMOUR THOMAS. Life-size, full-length, 
standing figure turned three-quarters to the right with the 
head nearly front; her right hand rests on the head of a 
greyhound; she wears a dark gray cloth suit trimmed with 
fur, a wide-brimmed hat with gray feather, and a veil over 
her face; a brown wall forms the background. 
H.73|in. W. 35fin. Canvas. Signed: S. SEYMOUR 
THOMAS. 
Gift of William A. Read, 191 5. 

THOMPSON, A. Wordsworth. American; born 1840 at Balti- 
more, Md.; died 1896 at Summit, N. J. Pupil of Ecole 
des Beaux-Arts in Paris. 

T37-1 OLD BRUTON CHURCH, VA., IN THE TIME OF 
Gallery LORD DUNMORE. (Lord Dunmore was the last 
16 Colonial Governor of Virginia; appointed 1 77 1.) A small 

church and its churchyard form the background; in the 
foreground is a road with figures in coaches, on horse- 
back, and on foot. 

H. 18 in. W. 27I in. Canvas. Signed: Wordsworth 
Thompson. 
Gift of Mrs. A. Wordsworth Thompson, 1899. 

TIEPOLO, Giovanni Battista. Italian (Venetian); born 1696 
at Venice; died 1770 at Madrid, Spain. Pupil of Gregorio 
Lazzarini; influenced by Veronese. Mural decorations 
and figure subjects. 

T44-1 THE CROWNING WITH THORNS. Christ, almost 
Gallery nude, is seated on a round platform and the crown is 
II being pressed on His forehead; richly dressed soldiers, 

courtiers, and women stand at the right and left. A simi- 
lar composition is in the Seeger Collection in Berlin. 
H. 30^ in. W. 34t^6^ in. Canvas. 
Purchase, 1871. 

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T44-2 INVESTITURE OF BISHOP HAROLD AS DUKE 
Gallery OFFRANCONIA. (Emperor Frederick I [Barbarossa] 
1 1 conferred the Duchy of Franconia upon Bishop Harold de 

Hochheim in 1165. This picture is a study for a mural 
decoration in the Palace at Wiirtzburg, executed by 
Tiepolo in 1752.) The Emperor is seated on a throne 
beneath an archway; on the steps in front of him kneels 
the Bishop dressed in black; a page bears a red cloak 
and other insignia of ducal honors; at the right and 
left are soldiers, nobles, and ecclesiastics. Formerly 
erroneously called Triumph of Ferdinand HI. 
H. 281% in. W. 20 1\ in. Canvas. 
Purchase, 1871. 
T44-3 THE SACRIFICE OF ABRAHAM. Isaac, blind- 
Gallery folded, is kneeling on a pile of faggots; Abraham kneels 
29 back of him with a knife in his raised right hand; at the 

left an angel appears on a cloud. 
H. 15! in. W. 2o| in. Canvas. 
Purchase, 1871. 
T44-5 ALLEGORICAL SKETCH FOR A CEILING. Numer- 
Gallery ous figures are grouped with architectural features in 
29 sharp perspective against the sky. The picture represents 

the glorification of some maritime city, probably Genoa, 
as the coat of arms of that city appears near the central 
female figure who is attended by Justice, Fame, Force, 
and a kneeling knight who offers her his sword. There 
are various inscriptions whose reference to the subject is 
undetermined. 

H.45|in. W. 32! in. Canvas. Bulletin, 1913, p. 70, ill. 
Purchase, Kennedy Fund, 191 3. 

TILBORCH, GiLLEs van. Flemish; born about 1625 at Brussels; 
died there about 1678. Probably a pupil of David 
Teniers, the Younger. 

T45-1 VISIT OF A LANDLORD TO HIS TENANT. Men 
and women, in costumes of the day, are standing or seated 
about a table set out of doors; a house is beyond at the 
right. 

H. 45^ in. W. 63! in. Canvas. 
Purchase, 1871. 

TINTORETTO; real name Jacopo Robusti. Italian (Venetian); 
born 1 5 18 at Venice; died there 1594. Pupil of Titian; 
influenced by Michaelangelo. Mural decorations and 
portraits. 

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A DOGE IN PRAYER BEFORE THE REDEEMER. 
(Supposed to be Alvise Mocenigo, 1537-1577, who was 
elected Doge of Venice in 1570. This picture is a 
preliminary study for a mural painting in the Collegio of 
the Ducal Palace, Venice. It was owned at one time 
by John Ruskin.) The Doge, wearing a brown brocaded 
robe, kneels in an open porch facing toward the left, 
where the floating figure of Christ, clothed in light blue, 
is attended by child angels; at the right stand St. John 
the Baptist with the lamb, St. Augustine in a yellow cope, 
St. John the Evangelist in white with violet drapery, and 
St. Gregory with an open book on his knees; in the imme- 
diate foreground at the left, the lion of St. Mark crouches 
in the shadow; in the distance, between the columns of 
the porch, there is a view of the Piazzetta. 
H. 38I in. W. 78^ in. Canvas. Bulletin, 191 1, p. 6, ill. 
Purchase, Kennedy Fund, 19 10. 

MIRACLE OF THE LOAVES AND FISHES. (See St. 
John, chapter VI, v. 1 1 and other references.) Christ, in a 
red robe and blue cloak, stands in the middle of the picture 
on high ground in front of a narrow stream; He is taking 
one of the five loaves from a boy and handing it to Saint 
Andrew; on the ground before Him is a platter with the 
two fishes. The picture is crowded with figures. Numer- 
ous ladies, richly dressed in red, orange, brown, or opales- 
cent gray are seated in the foreground and on the hills 
at the right and left, fondling babies or helping old men. 
In the distance at the left a throng of people, in long 
white robes, stand as though awaiting the marvel. The 
same subject, though quite different in composition, was 
painted by Tintoretto in the Scuola di San Rocco, Venice. 
H. 61-4- in. \V. i6i|in. Canvas. Bulletin, 1913, p. 100, ill. 
Purchase, Leland Fund, 191 3. 

TWO BROTHERS. Life-size figures of two boys. The 
older one, who is dressed in black, is seen to the knees; 
he is standing with his right arm about his brother's shoul- 
ders. The younger boy, who is seen only to the waist, 
wears a brown coat with ermine collar and puffed sleeves; 
at the right is a landscape with stormy sunset sky. 



T49S- I 



H.4o|in. \V. 32^^^ in. Canvas. 
Purchase, Kennedy Fund, 1913. 

School of Tintoretto. 

THE LAST SUPPER. Christ 
seated about a table in a dark 



Bulletin, 1913, p. 204. 



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Gallery colonnaded terrace; Christ is at the far side of the 
29 table with his left hand on the shoulder of John, who 

bends over the table; a disciple, holding a tray, stands in 
the background at the right, and Judas is seated beyond; 
there is an overturned chair in the immediate foreground; 
a staircase is in the shadow at the left. An old copy of 
the picture by Tintoretto in the Church of San Trovaso, 
Venice. 

H. 25! in. W. 38! in. Canvas. Bulletin, 1907, p. 172, ill. 
Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1907. 

TISIO, Benvenuto. See Garofalo. 

TITIAN; real name Tiziano Vecelli. Italian (Venetian); born 1477 
(1489?) at Pieve di Cadore in the Venetian district; died 
1576 at Venice. Pupil of Giovanni Bellini; influenced 
by Giorgione. Portraits and mural decorations. 

T53-1 FILIPPO ARCHINTO, BISHOP OF MILAN. (About 
Gallery 1 500-1 558; at first a lawyer, he entered the Church, was 
37 Governor of Rome for a time and legate to Venice 1 554- 

1556, during which period this portrait may have been 
painted.) Life-size, seated figure, seen to the knees; his 
right arm rests on the arm of the chair and the middle 
finger of the left hand is held between the leaves of a red- 
bound breviary; he is bareheaded and has thin white hair 
and beard; he wears a dark red velvet cape over a white 
surplice. In the John G. Johnson Collection in Philadel- 
phia there is a similar portrait, over a part of which a veil 
has been painted; Bernhard Berenson considers that the 
Altman picture is the earlier one by a few years. 
H.46^in. W. 35Hin. Canvas. 
Bequest of Benjamin Altman, 191 3. 

TORBI DO, Francesco; known as II Moro. Italian; born about 
i486 at Verona; died there about 1 546. Pupil of Liberale 
da Verona and of Bonifazio I; influenced by Veronese. 
Portraits. 

T63-1 PORTRAIT OF A MAN. Life-size, standing figure. 

Gallery seen almost to the knees; he wears a black coat trimmed 

28 with brown fur; in his gloved left hand is an open letter. 

This picture was attributed to Moroni until Fry in 

1906 changed it to Torbido; Berenson in 1897 ascribed 

it to Savoldo. 

H. 38^ in. W. 29! in. Canvas. 

Gift of Henry G. Marquand, 1890. 

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TOULMOUCHE, Auguste. French; born 1829 at Nantes; died 
1890 at Paris. Pupil of Gleyre in Paris. 

T64-1 HOMAGE TO- BEAUTY. A room with a full-length 
S. W. figure of a lady in a pink flounced dress, looking at a 
Stairway bouquet on the floor at her feet; at the left is an open 

window with a balcony; a garden beyond. 

H. 25^ in. W. 2iy\in. Canvas. Signed: A. Toulmouche 

1874. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

TRAUT, Wolf. German; died about 1520 in Nuremberg. Pupil 
and assistant of Albrecht Diirer. Also wood-engraver. 

T69-1 GIRL MAKING A GARLAND. A window casement 

Gallery within the left half of which a young girl in a yellow 

34 dress is seated making a wreath; on the ledge of the right 

half of the window sits a white cat; above the girl's 

head is a scroll inscribed: ICH PINT MIT, VERGIS 

MEIN NIT. 

H. 7 in. W. 5I in. Wood. Spurious monogram of 

Diirer: A D 1508. 

Gift of J. Pierpont Morgan, 1917. 

TRAYER, Jean Baptiste Jules. French; born 1824 at Parish- 
died 1908 or 1909. Pupil of his father and of Lequien. 

T691-1 RIBBON PEDDLER. A kitchen with three girls in 

S. W. Dutch costumes, examining a pink ribbon. 

Stairway. H. 29! in. W. 23! in. Canvas. Signed: J'les Trayer- 

1873. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

TROYON, Constant. French (Barbizon); born 1810 at Sevres; 
died 1865 at Paris. Pupil of Riocreux and Poupart; 
influenced by Roqueplan and the seventeenth century 
Dutch painters. Landscapes with cattle. 

T75-1 HOLLAND CATTLE. In the foreground cattle are 

Gallery on the flat shore of a river or standing in the water and 

17 a black dog is at the right; in the middle distance at the 

left is a group of trees with meadow land beyond and at 

the right a sail-boat; windmills and a town are seen on 

the horizon. 

H. 40 in. W. 59f in. Canvas. Signed: C. TROYON. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

T75-2 STUDY OF A WHITE COW. In the foreground a 

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Gallery white cow is walking up a steep hill; bright sunlight falls 
17 on her left flank throwing strong shadows. 

H. 23I in. W. 28I in. Canvas. Stamped: Vente (sale) 

TROYON. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

T75-3 SHEPHERD WITH SHEEP. A flock of sheep and 

Gallery two cows, followed by a man on horseback and a woman, 

2 1 are approaching along a road; other cattle are seen through 

the dust beyond. 

H. 13I in. W. I9j in. Canvas. Signed: C. TROYON. 

Bulletin, 191 1, p. 98, ill. 

Bequest of Robert G. Dun, 191 1. 

T75-4 LANDSCAPE. A road with trees on either side. 
H. 5 in. W. 7 in. Water color. Signed: C.T. 
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac D. Fletcher Collection. 
Bequest of Isaac D. Fletcher, 19 17. 

T75-5 GOING TO MARKET, A young peasant woman riding 

Gallery a donkey with panniers toward the spectator; sheep and 

20 a cow follow; the road is bordered with tall trees and 

behind them the sun is rising through mist. 

H. i6|in. W. i2|in. Canvas. Signed: C. Troyon i860. 

Mr. and Mrs. Isaac D. Fletcher Collection. 

Bequest of Isaac D. Fletcher, 1917. 

TRUBNER, WiLHELM. German; born 185 1 at Heidelberg, lives 
in Carlsruhe. Pupil of Leibl in Munich. 

T76-1 LANDSCAPE. A roadway with a wooden fence at 
Gallery the left over which red roses are trailing; beyond are a 
19 pine and a row of trees in full leaf; bright sunlight. 

H.29|in. W.24jin. Canvas. Signed: W.Trubner: 1910. 

Purchase, Reisinger Fund, 19 16. 

TRUMBULL, John. American; born 1756 at Lebanon, Conn.; 
died 1843 ^t New York City. He served in the War of 
Independence, 1775-7, and later held diplomatic posts in 
Europe. Pupil of Benjamin West in London. Historical 
subjects and portraits. 

T77-1 ALEXANDER HAMILTON. (1757-1804; American 
Gallery statesman, a delegate from New York to the First Con- 
16 tinental Congress and one of the signers of the Declara- 

tion of Independence.) Life-size, almost to the waist with 
the face toward the left ; his hair is powdered and he wears 
a dark coat with a white stock. 

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TRUMBULL — TURA 

H. 3of in. W. 24I in. Canvas. 
Gift of Henry G. Marquand, 1881. 

TRYON, DwiGHT William. American; born 1849 at Hartford, 
Conn., lives in New York City. Pupil of Jacquesson de 
la Chevreuse and of Daubigny in Paris. Landscapes. 

T78-1 MOONLIGHT. A farmhouse and bare trees are silhouet- 
Gallery ted against the sky; the moon is near the horizon and a 
13 ray of light falls on the marshv foreground. 

H.'i3fin. W. 21 II in. Wood. Signed: D. W. TRYON- 

87. Bulletin, 1906, p. 58. 

Gift of George A. Hearn, 1906. 

T78-2 MOONRISE AT SUNSET. Flat marshy land with a 

Gallery hay rick in the foreground at the right; the last rays of 

13 the sun light the gable ends of distant farmhouses; near 

the horizon is the pinkish disk of the harvest moon; 

across the light blue sky float pale pink clouds. 

H. 24 in. W. 29I in. Wood. Signed: D. W. TRYON 

1890. 

Gift of George A. Hearn, 19 10. 

T78-3 EARLY SPRING. 

H.2o|in. W. 36iin. W^ood. Signed: D. W. TRYON 

1894. 

Gift of Mrs. George Langdon Jewett, 1917. 

T78-4 EVENING, NEW BEDFORD HARBOR. 

H. 2o|in. W. 3ifin. Wood. Signed: D. W. TRYON 

1899. 

Gift of Mrs. George Langdon Jewett, 1917. 

TURA, CosiMo; also known as Cosme de Ferrara or Cosme Ferra- 
rese. Italian (Ferrarese); born about 1432 at Ferrara; 
died there 1495. Probably a pupil of Galasso Golassi in 
Ferrara; influenced by the school of Squarcione. In 1458 
he became official painter to the Ferrarese court. 

T84-1 BORSO D'ESTE (?) (1413-1471; first Duke of Ferrara 
Gallery and Mantua.) Bust portrait, in profile to the left, of a 
37 youth who has bushy light brown hair; he wears a red cap 

and a black doublet fastened close at the neck and orna- 
mented with two straps down the sleeve; dark blue back- 
ground. The sitter and artist are uncertain; at various 
times the picture has been called Portrait of a Youth by 
Piero dclla Francesca, Sigismundo Malatesta b>' the same 
artist and also by Tura, also one of the Este family, either 

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Borso or Ercolc, by Francesco Cossa. The attributions of 

artist and sitter as here given are those of Bernhard 

Berenson. 

H. 1 1 51 in. W. 8^ in. Tempera on wood. 

Bequest of Benjamin Altman, 1913. 

TURNER, Charles Yardley. American; born 1850 at Baltimore, 
Md.; died at New York City 1919. Pupil of National 
Academy of Design and Art Students' League in New 
York; Laurens, Munkacsy, and Bonnat in Paris. Direc- 
tor, Maryland Institute School of Art and Design. Chiefly 
mural paintings. 

T85-1 THE BRIDAL PROCESSION. A Puritan maiden is 
seated on a white cow and the bridegroom stands at the 
far side; they are followed at the right by several couples 
in colonial costumes; flat country in the distance. 
H. 48I in. W. 99 in. Canvas. Signed: C. Y. TUR- 
NER Copyrighted 1886. 
Gift of William T. Evans, 1891. 

TURNER, Joseph Mallord William. British (English); born 
1775 at London; died there 185 1. Pupil of the Royal 
Academy Schools; influenced at first by Girtin and the 
seventeenth century Dutch landscapists, then by Claude 
Lorraine. 

T851-1 SALTASH. (Saltash is an English seaport on the River 
Gallery Tamar.) In the foreground, at the left, are barges with 
24 reddish sails; on the bank are sailors, soldiers, fishermen, 

women, a white horse, etc.; beyond is a row of old brick 
houses with a large archway through which the street 
is continued; in the immediate foreground at the right is a 
large dark building on the wall of which is the half-effaced 
inscription, "England expects every man to do his duty." 
H. 35! in. W. 47^ in. Canvas. 
Gift of Henry G. Marquand, 1888. 

T851-2 THE WHALE SHIP. A ship under full sail is seen 

Gallery through the mist; in the foreground, at the left, a large 

24 whale, which has just been harpooned, rears its head and 

spouts water stained with blood; with its tail the whalehas 

overturned one of several small boats put out for its capture. 

H. 36I in. W. 48i\ in. Canvas. 

Purchase, Wolfe Fund, 1896. 

T851-3 THE GRAND CANAL, VENICE. The canal is 

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TURNER 

Gallery crowded with gondolas and fishing-boats decorated with 
24 brilliant sails and banners; at the right is the church of 

Santa Maria della Salute with a procession mountingthe 
white marble terrace from the canal; beyond is the 
Dogana; at the left is a row of palaces above which rises 
the Campanile; the Doge's Palace is in the distance. 
H. 36 in. W. 48I in. Canvas. 
Gift of Cornelius Vanderbilt, 1899. 

T851-52 NORHAM CASTLE. (Engraved as an illustration for 
the Waverley Novels.) The castle crowns the rocks 
in the distance; there is water in the foreground and at 
the right fishermen are drawing in a net. 
H. 3^ in. W. 5I in. Water color. 
Lent by George W. Vanderbilt, 1902. 

T851-53 HARLECH CASTLE. A hilly foreground with a woman 
and three children; in the middle distance is the castle 
with a village on the hillside; the sea is beyond with blue 
mountains in the distance at the right. 
H. iij in. W. i5|f in. Water color. 
Lent by George W. Vanderbilt, 1 902. 

T851-54 HASTINGS. A fish market is being held on the beach 
in the foreground; the sea is at the left and there are 
cliffs at the right and in the distance. 
H. 17I in. W. 26I in. Water color. Signed: JMW 
Turner R A 1824. 
Lent by George W. Vanderbilt, 1902. 



T851-55 
Gallery 

24 



AN ALPINE VALLEY. A gorge between steep moun- 
tains whose tops are partly hidden by clouds; a footpath 
follows the side of the mountain which is in the foreground 
at the right. 

H. 7y\in. W. io| in. Water color. 
Lent by Mrs. Willard Straight, 191 3. 

T851-56 ANDERNACH, In the foreground is a road and at the 

Gallery left are steep cliffs; beyond, a river winds through the 

24 valley; in the distance are mountain ranges with their 

peaks lost among the clouds. 

H.9^ in. W. ii| in. Water color. 

Lent by Mrs. Willard Straight, 191 3. 

T851-57 AOSTA. Level foreground with figures walking toward 
Gallery a town which is on the shore of a river in the middle 
24 distance; on the far shore of the river tall snow-capped 

cliffs rise precipitously from the valley. 



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T851-58 
Gallery 
24 



T851-59 
Gallery 
24 



H. 9}f in. W. 10} I in. Water color. 
Lent by Mrs. Willard Straight, 191 3. 

THE CASTLE OF ELTZ, MOSELLE. The castle, 
with many turrets, is at the top of a hill in the fore- 
ground; mountain ranges beyond. 
H. 6j in. W. 9yV in. Water color. 
Lent by Mrs. Willard Straight, 19 13. 

LAUSANNE. A road winds from the hilly foreground 
to a town which is in a valley in the middle distance; 
beyond are mountains whose crests are almost hidden 
by clouds. 



H, 



9tI in- 



W. loM in. Water color. 



'T^ 



T85I-60 

Gallery 
24 



Lent by Mrs. Willard Straight, 19 13. 

LLANTHONY ABBEY, MONMOUTHSHIRE. Wild 
country with a torrent rushing toward the foreground at 
the left; three figures are seated on a boulder at the right 
and a fishing pole lies near them; in the middle distance a 
ruined wall of the abbey is silhouetted against a mountain 
side; beyond, mountain tops are partly hidden by clouds. 
H. I if in. W. i6f in. Water color. 
Lent by Mrs. Willard Straight, 1913. 

A MOUNTAIN GORGE. Through a narrow opening 
between steep cliffs, there is a view of snow-capped 
mountain tops partly hidden by clouds. 
H. 9 in. W. iiy\in. Water color. 
Lent by Mrs. Willard Straight, 191 3. 

A PATH TO THE VILLAGE. In the foreground at the 

right is a path bordered by trees; at the left is a valley 

through which winds a river on whose far shore is a 

village; blue hills are beyond. 

H. 6j^ in. W. 9i% in. Water color. 

Lent by Mrs. Willard Straight, 1913. 

TWACHTMAN, John H. American; born 1853 at Cincinnati, 
O.; died 1902 at Gloucester, Mass. Pupil of Cincinnati 
School of Design under Duveneck; Academy at Munich 
under Loefftz. Landscapes. 

T91-1 THE WATERFALL. The water flows over a double 

Gallery ledge of rock and falls into a pool which forms the fore- 

15 ground of the picture at the right; the general tone is 

pale blue-gray. 

H. 30I in. W. 25yV in. Canvas. Signed: J. H. 

Twachtman. Bulletin, 1909, p. 53, ill. 

Gift of George A. Hearn, 1909. 



T851-61 
Gallery 
24 



T851-62 
Gallery 
24 



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u 

UHDE, Karl Hermann Fritz von. German; born 1848, died 
191 1. 

Uh2-i GOING HOME. A Dutch woman with a basket on her 
back leads a little child along a sandy road by the sea; 
floating mist and evening sky. 
H. 30I in. W. 39I in. Wood. 
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac D. Fletcher Collection. 
Bequest of Isaac D. Fletcher, 19 17. 

.ULRICH, Charles Frederick. American; born 1858 at New 
York City; died 1908 at Berlin, Germany. Pupil of 
National Academy of Design in New York; Loefftz 
and Lindenschmit in Munich. Genre. 

UI7-1 GLASS BLOWERS OF MURANO. A furnace, with 
Gallery flames at white heat, throws its glow on five workmen; 
16 three women are seated at the right. 

H. 26I in. W. 2i| in. Canvas. Signed: Ulrich 86. 
Gift of several gentlemen, 1886. 



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PHILIP IV OF SPAIN 
BY VELAZQUEZ 




YOUNG WOMAN WITH A WATER JUG 
BY JOHANNES VERMEER 



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VANDERLYN, John. American; born 1775 at Kingston, N. Y.; 
died there 1852. Pupil of Gilbert Stuart; studied in 
Paris. Greater part of his life spent in New York City. 
Portraits. 

V278-1 JOHN A. SIDELL. (1794-1850; a New York lawyer.) 
Life-size, seated figure, seen to the waist; his left hand 
rests on papers on a table beside him; he wears a black 
coat of the period and knotted white neck-cloth; the 
background consists of a white paneled wall and red cur- 
tain draped at the right. 
H. 30I in. W. 24y\ in. Canvas. 
BequestofC.V. Sidell, 1902. 

V278-2 PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST. Life-size, almost to the 

Gallery waist; the figure is turned to the right and the face is 

16 seen three-quarters front; he wears a brown coat with a 

gray velvet Byron collar and full white neck-cloth. 

H. 25I in. W. 21 in. Canvas. Signed: Vanderlyn-by 

himself Pinxit. 

Bequest of Ann S. Stephens, in memory of her mother, 

Mrs. Ann S. Stephens, 1918. 

ARIADNE. The original by Vanderlyn is in the 
collection of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine 
Arts in Philadelphia. The Museum's picture is a copy 
by Durand. See D93-1. 

V278-3 PORTRAITS OF THE WIFE AND CHILD OF COL- 

Gallery ONEL MARINUS WILLETT. The lady is seated, 

16 profile to right, her head turned three-quarters; her 

child, dressed in a white slip, is in her lap; she wears a 

dark brown, tight-sleeved dress with gauze at the throat 

and a yellow shawl. 

H. 36I in. W. 28I in. Canvas. 

Bequest of George Willett van Nest, 19 17. 

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V278-4 FRANK WADDELL. Head and shoulders of a young 

Gallery man, with waving black hair. He wears a loose black 

16 tie and open collar. Red curtain in the background; pen 

and ink and paper on the table beside him. 

H. 25! in. W. 2i| in. Canvas. 

Gift of Mrs. M. Howard Hoopes and Miss Grace H. 

Patterson in memory of Ann S. Stephens, 191 9. 

VAN DYCK, Sir Anthony. Flemish; born 1599 at Antwerp; 
died 1 64 1 at London. Pupil of Rubens at Antwerp; 
traveled for five years in Italy, and on his return went 
to Antwerp; settled in London in 1632 and was made 
court painter to Charles L Chiefly portraits. Also etcher. 



V28-1 
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V28-2 
Gallery 
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V28-3 
Gallery 

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V28-4 
Gallery 

14 



JAMES STUART, DUKE OF LENNOX. (1612-1655; 
son of Esme Stuart; James was fourth Duke of Lennox 
and in 1641 was created first Duke of Richmond by 
his cousin, Charles I of England.) Life-size, full-length, 
standing figure; he is dressed in black with a white lace 
collar; about his neck hangs the Jewel of the Garter, 
known as "the George," pendent from a light blue rib- 
bon, the star of the Order is embroidered on the left 
shoulder of his cloak, and the garter itself is below his 
left knee; his right hand rests on the head of a greyhound; 
a wall and a draped brownish curtain form the back- 
ground. Several repetitions of this picture exist. 
H. 85 in. W. 50J in. Canvas. 
Gift of Henry G. Marquand, 1888. 

PORTRAIT OF A LADY. Life-size, standing, seen 
to below the knees; in her left hand she holds a black 
feather fan and the right hand rests on the arm of a 
chair upholstered with red velvet; she wears a brocaded 
black satin gown and fluted white ruffs at neck and wrists. 
H. 49 in. W. 38 in. Wood. 
Gift of Henry G. Marquand, 1888. 

PORTRAIT OF A MAN. Life-size, standing, seen to 
the knees; his left hand rests on the back of a chair and 
in the right he holds a pair of gloves; he wears an em- 
broidered black silk doublet and fluted white neck ruff. 
H. 4if in. W. 28f in. Wood. 
Gift of Henry G. Marquand, 1888. 



BARON ARNOLD LE ROY OF ZUYDER WYN. 
Life-size, full-length, standing figure; his right hand rests 
on the back of a chair and holds a broad-brimmed hat; 



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he is dressed in black with soft white ruff and cuffs; 
a red curtain is draped at the right across an open door 
through which there is a glimpse of a distant landscape. 
H. 76^ in. W. 48I in. Canvas. 
Gift of George A. Hearn, 1905. 

V28-5 THE EARL OF ARUNDEL AND HIS GRANDSON. 

Gallery (Thomas Howard, Earl of Arundel, was born in 1585 
14 and died in 1666. He was Earl Marshal and was made 

Commander of the Army in Scotland in 1639; a collector 
of works of art and a close friend of Van Dyck. The 
boy may be Thomas, eldest son of Henry Howard, Lord 
Maltravers, or perhaps the second son, Henry, afterwards 
Duke of Norfolk.) Life-size, full-length, standing figure 
in armor; his left arm encircles the boy with the hand 
resting on his shoulder; a baton is in his right hand. The 
boy wears an orange-colored suit and holds a letter in 
his right hand. A yellow and black brocaded curtain is 
draped at the right. Inscribed: Earl of Arundel by 
Vandyck. 

H. 965 in. W. 55I in. Canvas. 
Gift of George A. Hearn, 1909. 

V28-6 THE MARCHESA DURAZZO. (The Durazzi were a 
Gallery noble family of Genoa.) Life-size figure of a lady seen 
37 to the knees, seated facing three-quarters to the right; 

her right arm rests on the arm of the chair and the index 
finger of the left hand is between the leaves of a breviary 
that rests on her lap; her brown hair is tightly drawn back 
with a jeweled comb; she wears a black silk dress buttoned 
down the front, a cape held by a jeweled chain, and white 
lace collar and cuffs; a draped red curtain forms the back- 
ground, showing, through a window at the left, a land- 
scape with sunset sky. 
H,44|in. W. 37fin. Canvas. 
Bequest of Benjamin Altman, 1913. 

'V28-7 LUCAS VAN UFFEL. (Merchant and patron of the 
Gallery arts; a native of Antwerp who had settled at Genoa. He 
37 was a friend of Van Dyck, who dedicated to him the etch- 

ing of Titian and his Mistress.) Life-size figure of a 
gentleman, seen to the knees, who rises from an arm-chair 
facing toward the right and turns his head toward the 
spectator; his right hand rests on the arm of the chair and 
his left holds a pair of compasses with the points touching 
the rug-covered table before him, on which are a globe, a 
head of Homer, and papers; he wears a black cloak be- 



VAN DYCK — VAN ELTEN 

neath which appears a black brocaded sleeve, and white 
lace collar and cuffs; the background consists of a wall 
with a yellow curtain at the left. 
H. 49 in ^^' ^Qf'g^ in. Canvas. 
Bequei;i. ^. ., _ -irnin Altman, 1913. 

V28-8 PORTRAIT Or ^^ GENTLEMAN. Life-size, standing. 
Gallery three-quarters length; >p. has long brown hair that falls 
27 over his wide collar, and a small moustache and goatee; 

in his right hand he holds a sheet of paper, and with his 
left gesticulates as if making a speech or report. He 
wears an ample black cloak ever a black robe; dark back- 
ground with a brown brocade hanging at the left and a 
garnet chair back of him. 
H. 49! in. W. 40I in. Canvas. 

Gift of Mrs. Walter Rathbone Bacon, in memory of her 
brother-in-law, Edward R. Bacon, 19 17. 

School of Van Dyck. 

V28S-1 MISS DE CHRISTYN. Life-size, standing portrait 
of a young woman, seen almost to the knees; she wears 
a black velvet gown opening over a white satin skirt, 
bodice, and full slashed sleeves; her wide flaring white 
collar is edged with lace as are also the broad cuffs; a 
white feather fan is in her right hand and her gloves are 
held in the left; a red curtain is draped back of her and a 
column is at the left. Inscribed: Etatis sui 15 A. 1630. 
H. 38! in. W. 32I in. Canvas. 
Purchase, 1871. 

V28S-2 SAINT MARTHA INTERCEDING WITH GOD FOR 

Gallery A CESSATION OF THE PLAGUE AT TARASCON. 

27 The Saint is carried on a white cloud by a group of 

cherubs; the plague-stricken city appears in the valley 

far below. 

H. 39I in. W. 29^ in. Canvas. 

Purchase, 1871. 

V28S-3 NEPTUNE. A life-size, nude, male figure is seen to the 
Gallery waist, standing in the water and holding with both hands 
27 a pile of crabs, eels, and other fish; at the right is a cave 

at the entrance of which another powerful old man is seen 
in the shadow; beyond, at the entrance to another cave, 
a number of figures are seated at a table. 
H. 62f in. W. 45I in. Canvas. Bulletin, 1906, p. 153. 
Purchase, Marquand Fund, 1906. 

VAN ELTEN, Kruseman. See Kruseman Van Elten. 

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BY PAOLO VERONESE 



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ARRANGEMENT IN FLESH COLOR AND BLACK 
THEODORE DURET 
BY JAMES A. MCNEILL WHISTLER 



VAN EYCK — VEDDER 

VAN EYCK, Jan. Flemish; born about 1380 to 1390 at Maas- 
Eyck; died 1440 at Bruges. Pupil of his brother, Hubert 
Van Eyck, to whom is attributed the method of painting 
in oil. The Van Eycks resided chiefly at Ghent and 
Bruges. Religious subjects and portraits. 

V29-1 THOMAS A BECKET. (1119-1170; Archbishop of 

Gallery Canterbury and Lord Chancellor of England.) A frag- 

34 ment showing the head; a hand rests on the hair 

at the side of the head; a blue neck-band and a little 

of the white surplice show. 

H. 3I in. W. 3h in. Wood. 

Gift of J. Pierpont Morgan, 1917. 

School of Van Eyck; probably Petrus Cristas. 

V29S-1 VIRGIN AND CHILD. The Virgin stands in an ornate 
Gallery Gothic niche and holds the nude Child against her 
34 breast; she wears a long scarlet robe and her light brown 

hair falls over her shoulders. There are inscriptions on 
the base of the throne and on the front of the canopy; a 
blue brocaded cloth hangs back of the Virgin. The fig- 
ures closely resemble Our Lady and Child near a Foun- 
tain in the Antwerp Museum, an authenticated work 
painted by Jan Van Eyck in 1439; another similar pic- 
ture is in the Berlin Gallery. 
H. 22 1?; in. W. i2yV in. Wood. 
Gift of Henry G. Marquand, 1888. 

VANNUCCI, PiETRO. See Perugino. 

VECELLI, TiziANo. See Titian. 

VEDDER, Elihu. American; born 1836 at New York City; has 
lived in Rome since 1867. Pupil of T. H. Mattison at 
Sherburne, N. Y.; Picot in Paris. 

V51-1 THE AFRICAN SENTINEL. A stony hillside near 

Gallery the foot of which, in the foreground, stands a negro with a 

16 pistol in his right hand and a musket over his left shoulder; 

a white cloth partly covers his figure. 

H. 14I in. W. 8/^in. Canvas. Initialed: 18 V 65. 

Bequest of Stephen Whitney Phoenix, 1881 . 

V51-2 PLEIADES. (According to Greek mythology, the 

Gallery Pleiades were the seven daughters of Atlas and Pleione. 

13 Orion became enamored of them and in their distress 

they appealed to Jupiter who turned them, as well 

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as Orion and his dog Sirius, into stars.) There are 
seven standing female figures wearing gray draperies 
of various shades; each holds a cord that swirls about her 
head and ends in a star. 
H.24iin. W.37lin- Canvas. Signed: Elihu Vedder 

Roma 1885. 

Gift of George A. Hearn, 1910. 

VEEN, Martin van. See Heemskerck. 

VELAZQUEZ Diego Rodriguez de Silva y. ^Spanish; born 
VCLAZQUbA ^^ ^^^.^^^^ ^.^^ ^^ ^^ ^^^^.^ p„p,, f Herrera 

and Pacheco at Seville. Court pamter to Philip IV, 
King of Spain. Chiefly portraits. 
THRIST AND THE PILGRIMS OF EMMAUS. 
G^ati; y Chrfs il sea^eS at the left with raised head in profjle 
„ ^ toward the right; He has long hair and wears a red robe 
" ITh a gray-blue cloak over His shoulder and falling on 

His knee; His right hand, showing the stigmata, rests on 
the table and holds the bread. The pilgrim seated in 
front of the table with his back toward the spectator, has 
his left arm extended in surprise and looks toward the . 
Christ- he wears a dark blue blouse and a brown cloak is 
ove hi's knee. The other figure, an older man seated on 
the far side of the table and looking toward the right, has 
a full beard and is dressed in dark brown. A gray wall 
forms the background. This is an early work 
H.48ttin. W. 52iin. Canvas. Bulletin, 1913. i"- P- 

237. 

Bequest of Benjamin Altman, 1913. 

V.;4-2 PHILIP IV OF SPAIN. (1605-1665; King of Spain ;as- 
r atlerv cended the throne 162 1 . Friend and patron of Velazque ) 
""t L.fe- i-. f""-'-g* «g"-' standing with feet apart the 
left hand resting on the hilt of a sword and the right ho d- 
ing a letter; he is dressed in black with white lawn collar 
'an'd turned^over cuffs; from the heavy gold cham which ,s 
over his right shoulder hangs the Order o the Golden 
Fleece; part of a coffer covered with red velvet is at he 
right and a gray wall forms the background. This picture 
v^ls purchafed by Dona Antonia de Ypenarrieta and he 
Museum has the receipt, dated December 4- '624, which 
Velazquez gave her for 800 reales (f °"t »4o), the pur 
chase price of this work and portraits of Count Olva res 
and Seiior Garciperez. Known as the ViUahermosa 

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portrait because it was for many years in the Villaher- 

mosa Palace in Madrid. 

H. 79 in. W. 40^ in. Canvas. 

Bequest of Benjamin Altman, 191 3. 

School of Velazquez. 

V54S-1 BALTASAR CARLOS. (1629-1646; eldest son of Philip 
Gallery IV of Spain and his first wife, Isabella of Bourbon; he 
28 was betrothed to Mariana of Austria.) Life-size portrait 

of a boy about ten years of age, seen to the waist; his 
hair falls over his ears; his black coat is richly embroidered 
with gold and silver and he wears a stiff turned-over 
white collar. This picture is similar to the full-length 
in the Belvedere Gallery, Vienna. 
H. 2of in. W. i6f in. Canvas. 
Gift of Henry G. Marquand, 1888. 

V54S-2 VELAZQUEZ. Life-size portrait almost to the waist, 
Gallery with the face turned to the left and the eyes looking 
28 front ; he has black hair falling over the ears, a moustache, 

and goatee; his cloak is black and he wears a stiff turned- 
over white collar. Listed by Curtis under works by 
Velazquez. 

H. 2jl in. W. 22I in. Canvas. 
Gift of Henry G. Marquand, 1888. 

V54S-3 MARIANA OF AUSTRIA, QUEEN OF SPAIN. (Wife 
Gallery of Philip IV of Spain, whom she married in 1649 at the 
28 age of fourteen; she had previously been betrothed 

to his son, Baltasar Carlos. This portrait shows her a 
couple of years after her marriage.) Life-size, standing 
figure, seen to below the waist; her headdress is 
arranged in an enormous semicircle of false hair, 
red bows, and red and white feathers; she wears a 
black silk dress with silver embroidery designed in 
stripes and the skirt held out with hoops; a red curtain 
is draped at the left. This picture is similar to the full- 
length in the Prado in Madrid, of which there afe numer- 
ous replicas. 

H. 32y^^ in. W. 41I in. Canvas, 
Gift of Henry G. Marquand, 1888. 

V54S-4 COUNT OLIVARES. (i 587-1645; Gaspero de Guz- 

Gallery man. Count Olivares and Due of Lucar, was the chief 

28 adviser of Philip IV and Prime Minister of Spain from 

1621 to 1643.) Life-size portrait, seen almost to the waist; 

he has heavy dark eyebrows, moustache, and goatee. 



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and is dressed in black with a stiflf turned-over collar. 

This is probably a copy of the picture in the Hermitage 

at St. Petersburg. 

H. 27I in. W. 21 in. Canvas. 

Gift of Henry G. Marquand, 1888. 

VELDE, EsAiAS VAN de. Dutch; born about 1590 at Amsterdam; 
died 1630 at The Hague. Perhaps pupil of G. van 
Coninxloo. Genre. 

V541-1 THE INN. In the foreground is a road with a man on 
horseback; at the left is a one-story inn with figures near 
the door. 

H. 2iiin. W. 45i in. Wood. Signed: E. V. Velde. 
Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1909. 

VELTEN, WiLHELM. German; born 1847 at St. Petersburg, Russia; 
lives in Munich. Pupil of St. 'Petersburg and Munich 
Academies. 

V542-1 HALT OF CAVALIERS. At the right is a thatched 
inn; near the entrance is a covered wagon with three 
horses and several men; other horses are being watered 
at a wooden trough. 

H. gl in. W. i2f in. Wood. Signed: W. Velten 
Munich. 
Bequest of Thomas P. Salter, 1907. 

VERBOECKHOVFN, Eugene. Belgian; born 1799 at Warneton, 
West Flanders; died 1881 at Brussels. Pupil of his 
father, the sculptor, Barthelemy Verboeckhoven, and 
of Ommeganck. Chiefly sheep. 

V58-1 INTERIOR OF A STABLE WITH SHEEP AND 
S. W. POULTRY. Three sheep, a lamb, and some chickens 
Stairway on the straw-covered floor. 

H. 23I in. W. 32I in. Wood. Signed: Eugene Ver- 
boeckhoven F. i860. 
.Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

VERGOS, Jaime, II. Spanish (Catalan); was working in 1459; 
died after 1503. He was one of a family of painters 
active in Catalonia throughout the fifteenth century. 

V582-1 ALTARPIECE; SIX SCENES FROM THE PASSION. 

Gallery Each panel has a Gothic frame; in each lower section is 

33 a single head with an inscribed ribbon held by a hand. 

The subjects of the principal panels from left to right 

are: The Agony in the Garden, the Kiss of Judas, Christ 

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before Pilate, Crowning with Thorns, the Flagellation, 

and Ecce Homo. Gold ground throughout. 

H. 56 in. W. 123I in. Wood. Bulletin, 1910, pp. 45, 

76, ill. 

Gift of William M. LaflFan, 1907. 

VERMEER, Johannes; known as Jan Vermeer van Delft. Dutch; 
born 1632 at Delft; died there about 1675. Probably a 
pupil of Karel Fabritius. Interiors with figures. 

V5Q-1 YOUNG WOMAN WITH A WATER JUG. A woman 
Gallery stands in the corner of a room back of a table covered 
26 with an oriental rug; she opens a window casement with 

her right hand and with the left holds a brass jug in a basin 
of the same metal; at the right is an open jewel box, behind 
which a blue drapery falls over a leather-covered chair; 
a map, only partly visible at the right, hangs on the 
gray wall which forms the background. The woman 
wears a dark blue skirt, light yellow bodice trimmed with 
bands of dark blue, and a white linen collar which extends 
to the elbows; a folded white linen kerchief is over her 
head. 

H. 18 in. W. 16 in. Canvas. Bulletin, 1909, p. 168, ill. 
Gift of Henry G. Marquand, 1888. 

V59-2 A GIRL ASLEEP. A young woman, seated behind a 
Gallery table covered with a rug, supports her head against her 
39 right hand, with the elbow on the table; she wears a dark 

red bodice, open at the neck, and a white kerchief lies 
over her shoulders; on the table are a blue and white 
dish with fruit, a napkin, and a jug; at the right the backs 
of two chairs are in the foreground and beyond, a half- 
open door leads to another room where a table is seen 
with a picture above it; on the wall back of the figure part 
of a picture appears. Of the thirty-eight known paintings 
by Vermeer twenty-one were sold at auction in Amster- 
dam in 1696 and this painting was number 8 in the 
catalogue under the title A Drunken Maid Servant 
Asleep Behind a Table. 

H. 34y^^ in. W. 30I in. Canvas. Signed: J. VMeer. 
Bequest of Benjamin Altman, 1913. 

VERNET, Antoine Charles Horace, known as Carle Vernet. 
French; born 1758 at Bordeaux; died 1836 at Paris. Pupil 
of his father, Claude Joseph Vernet, and later of Lepicie. 
Historical scenes and genre. Also lithographer. 

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V591-1 A ROMAN TRIUMPH. (That of /Emilius Paulus 
after his successful campaign against Perseus, King of 
Macedonia, 168 B. C.) A procession headed by men- 
at-arms passes across the Via Sacra through the monu- 
mental arches to the Capitol. At the right is the General 
wearing a brilliant red toga and seated in a golden chariot 
drawn by four white horses; following him are the van- 
quished, including Perseus with folded arms and bent 
head, his daughter dressed in white, and her two young 
sons; in the background are classic buildings including 
the temple of Jupiter Capitolinus with its approach of 
one hundred steps; in the distance is a range of hills. 
H. 51I in. W. 172^ in. Canvas. Signed: Carle 
Vernet 1789. 
Gift of Darius O. Mills, 1906. 

VERNET, Emile Jean Horace; known as Horace Vernet. French; 
born 1789 at Paris; died there 1863. Pupil of his father. 
Carle Vernet, and of Moreau and Vincent. Historical sub- 
jects and genre. 

V592-1 PREPARING FOR THE RACE. A rearing white horse 

Gallery and a sorrel are being led away by several grooms, to pre- 

17 vent injury to a man who has been thrown by a dark gray 

horse; other horses are at the left; in the background is a 

. spectators' stand with red drapery; people are leaning 

over a gray wall at the right. 

H. i8| in. W. 2Iy\ in. Canvas. Monogrammed: HV 
Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

VERONESE, Paolo; real name Paolo Caliari. Italian (Venetian); 
born 1528 at Verona; died 1588 at Venice, where most 
of his life was spent. He was apprenticed to his uncle, 
Antonio Badile; early work influenced by Cavazzola, 
Caroto, and Brusasorci. Mural decorations and portraits. 

V6-1 MARS AND VENUS UNITED BY LOVE. Life-size, 

Gallery full-length figures; Venus stands at the left with her left 
1 1 hand resting on the shoulder of Mars who is seated on an 

architectural fragment; a cupid in the foreground binds 
together with a pink ribbon the left leg of Mars and the 
left leg of Venus; in the background at the right another 
cupid holds the god's sword in front of his white horse 
which is tied to a tree; Mars wears golden armor and a 
red-violet cloak hangs from his right shoulder and is 
held by his left hand; in his right hand he holds the end 

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of a dark blue drapery before the nude figure of Venus. 
Back of Venus is a wall over which hangs a white 
gown; beyond are ruins with a faun caryatid and a land- 
scape in the distance at the right. 

H. 8i in. W. 63f in. Canvas. Signed: PAVLVS 
VERONENSIS. F. Bulletin, 1910, p. 287, ill. 
Purchase, Kennedy Fund, 1910. 

VERROCCHIO, Andrea del; real name Andrea di Michele di 
Francesco de' Cioni. Italian (Florentine); born 1435 at 
Florence; died 1488 at Venice. Pupil of the goldsmith, 
Giulio de' Verrocchi, of the sculptor Donatello, and of the 
painter Alesso Baldovinetti; influenced by Pesellino. 
Was noted as sculptor as well as painter. 

V61-1 MADONNA AND CHILD. The Madonna, seen to the 
Gallery waist, is back of a ledge on which the nude Christ Child 
37 stands between a rose at the left and three cherries toward 

the right; He has curly yellow hair; the Madonna holds a 
transparent cloth about His loins; she wears a dark blue 
cloak with the border embroidered in gold and held by a 
cord over a red and gold brocaded robe; a transparent 
veil is draped on her yellow hair; painted halos are back 
of both heads; landscape background. The work is at- 
tributed to Verrocchio. 

H. 25-}-^ in. W. 19 in. Tempera, transferred from wood 
to canvas. 
Bequest of Benjamin Altman, 1913. 

VERSCHUUR, WouTERUs. Dutch; born 1812 at Amsterdam; 
died 1874 at Vorden. Pupil of P. G. van Os. 

V62-1 HORSES IN A STABLE. 

H. 16^ in. W. i2f in. Wood. Signed: W. Verschuur. 
Bequest of Henry H. Cook, 1905. 

VIBERT, Jehan Georges. French; born 1840 in Paris; died there 
1902. Pupil of Picot and Barrias. Genre. 

V65-1 THE FIRST BABE. An interior with a baby lying 
S. W. on a yellow sofa with pink cushions and covered with a 
Stairway blue quilt; a man sits on the sofa at the left and a woman 

in blue and pink stands near the child's head at the right. 

H. 14I in. W. 17I in. Water color. Signed: J. G. 

Vibert-1872. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

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V65-2 PALM SUNDAY IN SPAIN. A young woman in a 
S. W. green, yellow, and red Spanish costume, leans against 
Stairway a newel post; with both hands she holds a shaped palm 

leaf and others are in the baskets that are on the step and 

hangover the post. 

H. 20y\ in. W. 13I in. Water color. Signed: J. G. 

Vibert-73. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

V65-3 THE STARTLED CONFESSOR. A young priest 
Gallery in a black habit is seated at a table in an inner court; 

17 leaning forward he listens to the confession of a young 
woman standing at his side; she wears a bright red dress 
elaborately trimmed with white Spanish lace and a large 
red flower is in her dark hair. 

H. 33y% in. W. 25^ in. Canvas. Signed: J. G. Vibert. 
Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

V65-4 THE REPRIMAND. A garden with a stone bench at 
S. W. the left on which are seated a young woman wearing a pink 
Stairway skirt and green velvet bodice, and an older woman in 
black; the mother appeals to a priest seated in an arm- 
chair at the right; he wears a black habit and is taking a 
pinch of snuff; on the table behind him are the remains of 
a meal. 

H. 2o| in. W. 33 in. Canvas. Signed: J G. Vibert. 
1874. 
Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

VILLEGAS, Jose. Spanish; born 1848 at Seville; lives in Rome. 
Studied in Madrid, Seville, and Rome. Genre. 

V71-1 EXAMINING ARMS. In a guard-room hung with 
Gallery armor are five men in seventeenth century costumes; 

18 the two central ones are standing; a man is seated at the 
right cleaning a sword. 

H. 15! in. W. I2j^6 in. Wood. Signed: Villegas 1870. 
Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

VINCENT, George. British (Norwich); born 1796 at Norwich; 
died there 1831. Pupil of Old Crome and of the British 
Institution in London. Landscapes. 

V73-1 WHITLINGHAM NEAR NORWICH. At the left 

Gallery a hill with ruins is silhouetted against the sky and on the 

14 slope in the foreground cattle are grazing; at the right 

a flock of sheep is approaching and beyond there is an 

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extended view of the Norfolk Broads with the winding 

river. 

H. 25 J in. W. 36 in. Canvas. Signed: G. Vincent. 

Giftof George A. Hearn, 1906. 

V73-2 FARM BY THE BROOK. The stream is in the fore- 
ground at the left and two boys on the bank are fishing; a 
large tree and farm buildings are in full sunlight in the 
middle distance at the left, and trees and another cottage 
are in shadow at the right. 
H. 22f in. W. 26I in. Canvas. 

Bequest of Maria De Witt Jesup, from the collection of 
her husband, Morris K. Jesup, 191 5. 

VLIEGER, Simon de. Dutch; born 1601 at Rotterdam; died 
1653 at Weesp. Pupil of Willem van de Velde, the 
Elder. Lived at Delft and Amsterdam and settled at 
Weesp about 1650. Marines and landscapes. 

V84-1 CALM SEA. At the right is a group of fishing-boats; 

Gallery the foreground is in shadow while a streak of light falls 

26 across the water beyond; low horizon with masses of 

cumulous clouds. 

H. 14I in. W. 17^ in. Wood. 

Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1906. 

VOLK, Douglas. American; born 1856 at Pittsfield, Mass., 
lives in New York City. Pupil of Ecole des Beaux-Arts 
in Paris under Gerome. Figure subjects. 

V88-1 LITTLE MILDRED. Figure of a little girl turned 
Gallery three-quarters to the left and seen to the waist; she has 
13 short, light brown hair and with both hands holds an 

orange-colored drapery over her bare chest; dark back- 
ground with a glimpse of blue sky at the left. 
H. I9f| in. W. i6~^Q in. Canvas. Signed: Douglas 
Volk, 'II. 
Purchase, Hearn Fund, 19 14. 

V88-2 FELIX ADLER. ^Born 185 1 in Germany; lives in New 
York City. Lecturer; founder of the Society for Ethical 
Culture.) Life-size head and shoulders with the body 
turned slightly to the right and the eyes full-front; he has 
thin grayish beard, moustache, and chin-tuft, and wears 
the conventional black coat and a black tie; dark back- 
ground. Received the Maynard Prize at the National 
Academy of Design, 191 5. 

H. 29I in. W. 22 in. Canvas. Signed; Douglas Volk. 
Purchase, Hearn Fund, 191 5. 

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VOLLON, Antoine. French; born 1833 ^t Lyons; died 1900 at 
Paris. Pupil of Lyons Academy; Ribot in Paris. Chiefly 
still life. 

V881-1 A FARM YARD. Two sides of a court are occupied 
Gallery by irregular low buildings with roofs partly of brown 

17 thatch and partly of gray slate and red tiles; three horses 
stand near the stable door and a wagon is at the right; 
chickens are feeding in the foreground. 

H. 37I in. W. 46! in. Canvas. Signed: A. Vollon. 
Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

V881-2 THE BIG WHITE CHEESE. A table on which are a 
crockery bowl filled with milk, a cream cheese resting on 
straw, and green and red peppers. On the stone-colored 
wall back of these articles hang a bunch of onions and 
some Swiss chard. Two shadowy animal heads are 
suggested in the background at the right. 
H. 33I in. W. 35! in. Canvas. Signed: A. Vollon. 
Bequest of William H. Walker, 1918. 

VOLTERRANO; real name, Baldassare Franceschini. Italian 
(Florentine); born 161 1 at Volterra; died 1689 at Florence. 
Influenced by Matteo Rosselli. 

V882-1 HEAD OF AN ANGEL. A colossal head of a child with 
open mouth and upturned eyes. 
H. 20^ in. W. 18 in. Fresco. 
Gift of Cornelius Vanderbilt, 1880. 

VOLTZ, Friedrich Johann. German (Munich); born 1817 at 
Nordlingen; died 1886 at Munich. Pupil of his father, 
Johann Michael Voltz. 

V883-1 LANDSCAPE AND CATTLE. In the foreground two 
Gallery cows stand at the edge of a pool in the shadow of rocks and 

18 trees; beyond stands a girl who pulls the branches of a 
tree; distant landscape with a cottage. 

H. lof in. W. nf in. Wood. Signed: Fr. Voltz-68- 
Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

VOS, CoRNELis DE, THE Elder. Flemish; born about 1585 at 
Hulst; died 165 1 at Antwerp. Pupil of David Remeeus; 
influenced by Van Dyck. Portraits. 

V92-1 PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG LADY. Life-size, full- 
Gallery length, seated figure, turned to the left; she has brown hair 
27 and wears a golden brown dress trimmed with brilliantly 

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colored rosettes; her broad white collar and cuffs are 

edged with lace; both hands are in her lap and in the right 

one she holds a white feather fan; strings of pearls encircle 

her neck and wrists. 

H. 465 in. W. 37-\ in. Canvas. 

Purchase, 1871. 

V92-2 MOTHER AND CHILDREN. Life-size, standing figure 
Gallery of a lady, holding a baby in her arms with a child standing 
27 on each side of her; the three figures are seen to the 

knees. The mother wears a black dress and a broad white 
lace and linen fichu; the baby, dressed in white and with a 
pink feather in its cap, holds a rattle in its right hand and 
the left is outstretched toward a red apple held by the 
little girl at the right; the older girl at the left carries a 
basket of fruit. Landscape background. 
H. 5ii\ in. W. 40I in. Canvas. Bulletin, 1910, p. 
33, ill. 

Purchase, Marquand Fund, aided by Thatcher M. Adams, 
George A. Hearn, and Hugo Reisinger, 1909. 

VOSMAER, Jacob; also known as Jacob Wouter. Dutch; born 
I584(?) at Delft; died there 1641. Chiefly fruit and 
flowers. 

V921-1 A VASE WITH FLOWERS. Flowers loosely arranged, 
chiefly red, yellow, and white tulips; there are also roses, 
iris, and peonies. 

H. 33I in. W. 24! in. Wood. Signed: Vosmaer-1615. 
Purchase, 1871. 

VRIENDT, JuLiEN De. Belgian; born 1842 at Ghent; lives in 
Antwerp. Has been Director of the Royal Antwerp Acad- 
emy since 1901. 

V95-1 A CHAPEL SCENE; OLD ANTWERP. A priest and 
several figures at the arched entrance to a chapel. The 
costumes are in the style of the fifteenth century. 
H. 22f in. W. 33! in. Wood. Signed: Julien De 
Vriendt. 1868. 
Bequest of Stephen Whitney Phoenix, 1881. 

VRIES, Adriaen de. Dutch; seventeenth century; was working 
at The Hague in 1643; died after 1650. Portraits. 

V96-1 A DUTCH GENTLEMAN. Life-size figure, almost 

Gallery to the waist, with the face in full light and turned to the 

26 left; his hair is brown with lighter moustache and pointed 

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beard; he is dressed in black with a square white 

turned-over neckband and tassels. 

H. 25J in. W. 21 in. Wood. Inscribed: Fecit Hage 

Comitis A. de Vries anno 1643. 

Purchase, 1 87 1. 



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WAHLBERG, Alfred. Swedish; born 1834 at Stockholm j 
died 1906. Pupil of Diisseldorf Academy. Landscapes. 

W12-1 MOONLIGHT; PORTOFWAXHOLM, NEARSTOCK- 

Gallery HOLM, SWEDEN. At the right are houses and fishing- 

18 boats at anchor; near the center of the picture in the 

moonlight is a rowboat with people; sail-boats are at the 

left near the low horizon* broken clouds partly hide the 

full moon. 

H. 34j in. W. ^yl in. Canvas. Signed: Alfr. Wahl- 

berg-73. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

W12-2 A DAY IN OCTOBER; NEAR WAXHOLM, SWEDEN. 

Gallery In the foreground are a garden and cottage; at the right a 

18 muddy road leads to a mill which forms the center of the 

picture; in the distance at the left is a lake that reflects 

the dull gray sky. 

H. 41-xVin. W. 64I in. Canvas. Signed: Alf. Wahl- 

berg-73. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

WALDO, Samuel L. American; born 1783 at Windham, Conn., 
died 1861 at New York City. Studied in Connecticut; 
painted for some time in Charleston, S. C; went to 
London in 1806 and settled in New York in 1809. 
Portraits. 

W14-1 OLD PAT, THE INDEPENDENT BEGGAR. Life- 
Gallery size head and shoulders, with the body turned to the left 
16 and the face front; florid complexion and brown hair; 

the head is unusually long; he wears a brown overcoat. 

H. 19I in. W. 14! in. Wood. 

Gift of Samuel P. Avery, 1904. 

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W14-2 GENERAL ANDREW JACKSON. (^767-1845; 
Galtery seventh president of the United States. Served m the 
^ ' ndln Wars and War of 1812O Life-ze head and 
shoulders, with the face and body turned shghtly tothe 
left; he has a long narrow head with gray hair brushed up; 
he wears a dark blue military coat with gold epaulettes 
and gold embroidery on the standing collar. Inscribed 
on back: Gen'l Andrew Jackson AE 54, original sketch 
from life by S. L. Waldo, New York, 1817. 
H. 25! in. W. 21 in. Canvas. 
Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1 906. 

WALDO and JEWETT. Samuel L. Waldo and William Jewett 
(see each) painted portraits together in New York City for 
eighteen consecutive years. 

WiAi-i RFVEREND GARDNER SPRING. (^785-1873; 

gXv pastor of the Old Brick Presbyterian Church, New 

"""T York City, 1810 to 1873.) Life-size figure seen to the 
waist, with his right hand resting on a book; he has dark 
hair and wears a black coat and soft white tie; a draped 
red curtain forms the background, and sky shows at the 

H \^^ in W. 25f in. Wood. Stamped on back: 
WALDO & JEWETT 1831 NEW YORK. 
Gift of Samuel P. Avery, 1895. 
W141-2 EDWARD KELLOGG. (1790- 1858, born at Northfield, 
^ Conn., died at Brooklyn, N. Y.; author of A New Mone- 

tary System.) Life-size, seated figure, seen to the waist 
with a glove in his right hand; he has dark brown hair and 
wears a black coat and full white neckcloth with a standing 

collar. 

H. 33f in. W. 25f in. Wood 
Gift of Mrs. Mary E. Kellogg Putnam, 1899- 
W141-3 MRS. EDWARD KELLOGG. (1794-1872; Esther 
^ ^ Fenn Warner, born at Plymouth, Conn.) Life-size sea ed 
figure, seen to the waist with hands folded in her lap 
and holding a closed book; she has brown hair arranged in 
two puffs over each ear and wears a white lace cap tied 
under her chin, a full neck-ruff, and a black silk dress. 
H. 33f in. W. 25I in. Wood. 
Gift of Mrs. Mary E. Kellogg Putnam, 1899- 

WALKER, Henry Oliver. American; born 1843 jn Boston; lives 
at Lakewood, N. J. Pupil of Bonnat in Pans. 

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W15-1 A MORNING VISION. The nude figure of a young boy 
Gallery standing on a pedestal with his left arm about his mother's 
13 neck and his right hand extended toward three winged 

female figures which are at the left; the mother, standing 
at the extreme right and seen to the knees, wears a 
reddish gown; a garden forms the background. 
H. 28I in. W. 30I in. Canvas. Signed: H.O. WALKER 
1895. 
Purchase, Hearn Fund, 1913. 

WALKER, Horatio. American; born 1858 in Canada; lives in 

New York City. Peasant subjects. 

W151-1 THE SHEEPFOLD. At the right is a low thatched 

Gallery building with the shepherd taking down the bars for a 

13 flock of sheep to enter; a large tree is in the foreground; 

at the left are meadows with a haystack silhouetted 

against the sunset sky. 

H. 20j in. W. 28j in. Canvas. Signed: Horatio 

Walker, 1890. Bulletin, 1906, p. 55. 

Gift of George A. Hearn, 1906. 

W151-2 TURNING THE HARROW. A white horse stands on 
Gallery the freshly turned earth and at the left a man bends down 
13 to release the harrow; there are level fields beyond and 

the rays of the rising sun strike on a distant hill and also 
light the man's red shirt and the edge of the horse's mane. 
H. 28 in. W. 38 in. Canvas. Signed: Horatio Walker, 
copyright 1898. Bulletin, 191 1, p. 149, ill. 
Gift of George A. Hearn, 1910. 

W151-3 THEHARROWER-MORNING. In the foreground an 

Gallery ox is pulling a harrow guided by a man who wears a blue 

13 shirt; a small dog is nearby; rain clouds are at the right, 

but in the distance at the left the sun shines on green 

fields and trees in blossom. 

H.24in. W. 35fin. Canvas. Signed: Horatio Walker. 

Bulletin, 191 1, p. 159, ill. 

Gift of George A. Hearn in memory of Arthur Hoppock 

Hearn, 191 1. 

WALKER, Robert. British; date of birth unknown; died about 
1658. Was official portrait painter during the Com- 
monwealth. 

W152-1 GENERAL IRETON (?) (161 i-i65i;Henry Ireton mar- 
ried Cromwell's daughter; he accompanied Cromwell to 

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Ireland, captured Limerick, and died there of a pesti- 
lence.) Life-size head and shoulders, with the face turned 
to the left; he has brown hair and a slight moustache; 
he wears a black coat and a broad collar. 
H. 22yV in. W. i8| in. Canvas. 
Gift of Samuel P. Avery, 1894. 

WAPPERS, GusTAF. Belgian; born 1803 at Antwerp; died 1874 
at Paris. Pupil of Antwerp Academy, M. I. van Bree, 
and G. J. Herreyns. Director of the Antwerp Academy 
1840 to 1853. 

W19-1 CONFIDENCES. (Portraits of the artist's daughters.) 
S. W. Life-size figures of two young v/omen, seated on a garden 
Stairway wall and seen to below the knees; the one at the right 

holds a daisy and whispers in the other's ear; they wear 

blue and red, and pink and white gowns respectively and 

their shoulders are bare. 

H. 45I in. W. 38! in. Canvas. Signed: Gustaf Wap- 

pers 1853. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

WARD, Edgar M. American; born 1849 at Urbana, O.; died 191 5 
at New York City. Pupil of the National Academy of 
Design in New York City; Ecole des Beaux-Arts and 
Cabanel in Paris. Genre. 

W21-1 THE COPPERSMITH. A gray-haired workman in 
shirt sleeves and leather apron, stands at his bench in 
front of a window and examines a copper kettle. 
H. 23I in. W. 21 in. Canvas. Signed: Edgar M.Ward. 
Gift of several gentlemen, 1900. 

WARREN, A. W. American; born at Coventry, N. Y., date un- 
known; died 1873, probably in New York City. Pupil 
of T. H. Mattison at Sherburne, N. Y. 

W25-1 THE OLD JIGGER; MOUNT DESERT ISLAND. 
A two-masted sailing-vessel lies on the beach; a hut is 
on the bank at the left. 

H. 16 in. W. i2f in. Canvas. Signed: A.W.Warren, 1856. 
Gift of Samuel P. Avery, 1905. 

WATROUS, Harry W. American; born 1857 ^t San Francisco, 
Cal. ; lives in New York City. Pupil of Bonnat, Boulanger^ 
and Lefebvre in Paris, Figure subjects. 

W32-1 PASSING OF SUMMER. Life-size, seated figure 

Gallery of a young woman, seen to below the knees; she wears 

13 a thin black dress and an iridescent black and green 

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feather hat; at the left is a small round green restaurant 

table on which is a glass with red cherries; several darning 

needles are seen against the gray background. 

H. 36fV in- W. 30 in. Canvas. Signed: Watrous. 

Bulletin, 1912, p. 134, ill. 

Purchase, Hearn Fund, 191 2. 

WATTS, George Frederick. British (English); born 1817 at 
London; died there 1904. Pupil of the Royal Academy 
Schools for a short time, then of the English sculptor, 
William Behnes. Portraits and allegorical compositions. 

W34-1 ARIADNE IN NAXOS. (According to Greek my- 
Gallery thology, Ariadne, the daughter of Neptune, was deserted 
24 by Theseus after he had carried her off to the Island of 

Naxos; she was rescued by Bacchus.) Full-length figure 
of a young woman, seated on rocks and looking toward 
the sea at the left; she wears an orange drapery over a 
white robe which has slipped from her shoulders; in the 
foreground at the right is a young satyr playing with a 
panther; there are mountains in the distance with sun- 
light breaking through heavy clouds. 
H. 24 in. W. 20 in. Canvas. Signed: G. F. Watts 
1894. Bulletin, 1906, p. 27. 
Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1905. 

WAUGH, Frederick J. American; born 1861 at Bordentown, N. J.; 
lives at Montclair, N. J. Pupil of Pennsylvania Academy 
of the Fine Arts in Philadelphia; Julian Academy in Paris. 
Chiefly marines. 

W35-1 ROARING FORTIES. A view of the ocean with a 
Gallery line of surf in the foreground and white crests of waves 
13 beyond; the general color is dull blue-green. 

H. 47I in. W. 6oy^ in. Canvas. Signed: F Waugh. 

Giftof George A. Hearn, 1909. 

W35-51 THE GREAT DEEP. Dark blue rolling waves, with 
white caps near the horizon where they meet a greenish 
sky; the clouds above are edged with pink. 
H. 60 in. W. 71 f in. Canvas. Signed on back: F. 
J. Waugh 1909. 
Lent by Adolph Lewisohn, 1910. 

WEBSTER, Thomas. British; born 1800 in Pimlico, London, 
England; died 1886 at Cransbrook, Kent. Pupil of the 
Royal Academy in London. Genre subjects. 

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\V39-1 THE FAIR. A village street with thatched cottages and 
trees at right and left and numerous people promenading; 
in the immediate foreground at the left an old man in 
his shirt-sleeves is seated at the foot of a large tree, with 
an officer, an old woman, and several children near him; 
an old man and two children are entering a gate at the 
right. 

H. gl in. W. 14 in. Wood. 

Bequest of Maria De Witt Jesup, from the collection of 
her husband, Morris K. Jesup, 1915. 

WEEKS, Edwin Lord. American; born 1849 at Boston, Mass.; 
died 1903 at Paris. Pupil of the £cole des Beaux- 
Arts under Bonnat and Gerome. Chiefly oriental scenes. 

W41-1 THE LAST VOYAGE; SOUVENIROF THE GANGES, 
BENARES. (There is a superstition among the Hindus 
that the souls of the faithful who die on the left bank of the 
Ganges River enter direct into Paradise.) A dying 
Hindu Fakir is being rowed toward the left bank of the 
Ganges; on the temple steps the devout sit in meditation 
and toward the center is the burning ghat where, after 
death, the bodies of the better class are burned. 
H. 79I in. W. ii8f in. Canvas. Signed: E. L. 
WEEKS. Bulletin, 1905, p. 8, ill. 
Gift of Mrs. Edwin Lord Weeks, 1905. 

W41-2 THE RAJAH STARTING ON A HUNT. A Moorish 
court with the lower floor arcaded and elaborate bay- 
windows above; there are two richly caparisoned Arabian 
horses with a man astride one and the other held by an 
attendant; in the foreground a barebacked servant holds 
a panther in leash and another lies at his feet; pigeons are 
feeding at the left. 

H. 39t^^ in. W. 32 in. Canvas. Signed: E L Weeks. 
Bequest of Maria De Witt Jesup, from the collection of 
her husband, Morris K. Jesup, 191 5. 

WEENIX, Jan. Dutch; born 1640 (or 1644) at Amsterdam; died 
there 1719. Pupil of his father, Jan Baptist Weenix. 
Still life. 

W421-1 FRUIT. Grapes, peaches, a cocoanut, and other fruit 
lie on the ground and on a stone step in the foreground 
at the right; in the background at the left is a formal 
garden. 

H. 22f in. W. i9i in. Canvas. Signed: J. Weenix. 
Purchase, 1871. 

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WEENIX — WEIR 

WEENIX, Jan Baptist. Dutch; born 1621 at Amsterdam; 
died 1660 at Huys Termeyen, near Utrecht. Son of 
Jan Weenix, the architect; pupil of Abraham Bloemaert 
and Nicolaes Moeyaert. 

W422-1 ITALIAN SEAPORT. Vessels are at anchor near a 
point of land on which there are ruined arches; in the 
immediate foreground at the left, two men are seated with 
a chest and barrels near them; other figures are beyond. 
H. i5i^^ in. W. 21^ in. Wood. Initialed: JEW. i648(?) 
Purchase, 1871. 

WEIR, John F. American; born 1841 at West Point, N. Y., 
lives at New Haven, Conn. Pupil of his father, Robert 
W. Weir, and of the National Academy of Design in 
New York City. Director of Yale School of the Fine 
Arts, 1869 to 19 1 3. 

W43-1 FORGING THE SHAFT. In a foundry with heavy 
oaken beams and a skylight roof, a shaft at white heat 
is being withdrawn from the furnace by workmen who are 
pulling the heavy chains and shielding their faces with their 
leather aprons. 

H. 52iV in. W. 73iin. Canvas. Signed: John F. Weir. 
Gift of Lyman G. Bloomingdale, 1901. 

WEIR, J. Alden. American; born 1852 at West Point, N. Y.; died 
1919 at New York City. Pupil of his father, Robert W. 
Weirj of the National Academy of Design in New York; 
and Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris under Gerome. Figure 
subjects and landscapes. 

W431-1 IDLE HOURS. Life-size figures of a young woman 
Gallery and a little girl, both with blond hair and dressed in white; 
16 they are seated on a couch which is covered with cushions 

of various colors; a double window with thin white cur- 
tains forms the background. 

H. 5ii\ in. W. 71 1 in. Canvas. Signed: J. Alden 
Weir 1888. 
Gift of several gentlemen, 1888. 

W431-2 THE GREEN BODICE. Life-size figure of a young 

Gallery woman in profile, seen to below the waist; she stands 

15 at the right with her left hand on her hip and is reflected, 

full-face, in a gilt framed mirror in the center of the picture; 

she wears a greenish bodice, a black hat with a touch of red 

against her hair, and a black feather boa. 

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WEI R — WENTWORTH 

H. 33f in. W. 24^ in. Canvas. Bulletin, 1906, p. 55, ill. 
Gift of George A. Hearn, 1906. 

W431-3 THE RED BRIDGE. (The Shetucket River, near 

Gallery Windham, Conn.) Beneath an iron bridge, painted red, 

12 which is supported by a stone pier, flows a quiet river that 

reflects trees and the red bridge; a tree trunk stretches 

across the immediate foreground. 

H.24y^^in. W. 33f in. Canvas. Signed: J. Alden Weir. 

Bulletin, 191 5, p. 12, ill. 

Gift of Mrs. John A. Rutherfurd, 1914. 

WEIR, Robert W. American; born 1803 at New York City; died 

■ there 1889. Studied in New York City and in Rome, 

Italy; in 1834 became instructor at United States Military 

Academy at West Point where he was professor of drawing 

from 1846 to 1876. Portraits. 

W432-1 GENERAL WINFIELD SCOTT. (1786-1866; Ameri- 
can General who served in the War of 181 2 and in 
the Mexican War; was Commander-in-Chief of the 
United States Army and later Secretary of War.) Life- 
size figure, seen to the waist; he wears a dark blue military 
coat with gold epaulettes; his gloved right hand is thrust 
into the coat at the breast. 
H. 33! in. W. 26I in. Canvas. 
Gift of the heirs of William B. Isham, 1910. 

WEISSENBRUCH, Jan Hendrick. Dutch; born 1824, died 
1903. 

W433-1 DUTCH LANDSCAPE. Level, sandy country with a 
wind-mill and a house in the distance; sea beyond. 
H. 8if in. W. 13 in. Water color. 
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac D. Fletcher Collection. 
Bequest of Isaac D. Fletcher, 191 7. 

WENTWORTH, Cecile de. American; born in New York 
City; lives in Paris. Pupil of Cabanel and Detaille. 

W48-1 MAJOR-GENERAL GEORGE B. McCLELLAN. (1826 

Gallery -1885; served in Mexican and Civil Wars; was defeated 

16 for Presidency in 1864 against Lincoln.) Life-size 

head and shoulders, facing to the right; he has gray hair, 

moustache, and chin tuft. 

H. 21 1 in. W. i8| in. Canvas. Signed: C. E. Wentworth. 

Gift of several gentlemen, 1887. 

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WERFF — WEST 

WERFF, Adriaf.n van der. Dutch; born 1659 ^^ Kralinger- 
Ambacht; died 1722 at Rotterdam. Pupil of Cornelius 
Picolet and of Eglon Hendrik van der Neer. 

W4Q-1 LEDA. (According to Greek tradition, Leda was the 
mother of Helen, Clytemnestra, Castor and Pollux by 
Zeus, who wooed her, disguised as a swan.) Leda stands 
at the water's edge with a cloak held about her and shrinks 
from the swan who approaches from the left; an arbor 
with a statue forms the background. 
H. i8f in. W. 13I in. Wood; arched top. 
Purchase, 1871. 

WEST, Benjamin. American; born 1738 at Springfield, Pa.; died 
1820 at London, England. At eighteen was painting por- 
traits in Philadelphia; went to New York, then to Italy, 
and settled in London in 1763. Became historical painter 
to the King of England, George III; was President of the 
Royal Academy from 1792 until his death. 

\V52-1 TRIUMPH OF LOVE. A youth, nude except for a 
Gallery yellow drapery, stands amid clouds; he holds a torch in his 
16 right hand and guides a pair of horses; a lion is at his feet; 

he is followed by Venus in a white robe; there are several 
cupids; th.e sea appears in the distance at the right and 
clouds form the background. This picture was exhibited 
at the Royal Academy in London, in 181 1, with the title 
Omnia Vincit Amor, or The Power of Love in the Three 
Elements. 

H. 70I in. W. 8o| in. Canvas. 
Deposited by Mrs. S. Seguin, 1895? 

W52-2 HAGAR AND ISHMAEL. (Genesis XXI, v. 17.) 

Gallery Hagar, wearing a red cloak over a brown robe, is seated 

16 with Ishmael on the ground beside her; his left arm is in 

her lap; an angel, wearing a blue robe and a brown scarf, 

is in the clouds at the upper right; landscape background. 

West painted this subject several times. 

H. 74I in. W. 52I in. Canvas. 

Deposited by Mrs. S. Seguin, 1895? 

W52-3 PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST. Life-size, full-length, 
standing figure; with his left hand he lifts the pages of a 
manuscript that lies on a table at his side. 
H. 98J in. W. 65! in. Canvas. 
Deposited by Mrs. S. Seguin, 1895? 

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WEST 

W52-4 RETURN OF THE PRODIGAL SON. A terrace at 

Wing F the entrance to a house with a youth kneeling before an 

Gallery old man, who wears a yellow mantle over a white robe; 

22 a man anda woman stand near the door at the left and a 

young girl, carrying a water jar, approaches at the right; 

landscape background with palm trees. West painted 

this subject several times. 

H. 54^ in. W. 60J in. Canvas. 

Deposited by Mrs. S. Seguin, 1895? 

W52-5 MADRE DOLOROSO. The Virgin, wearing a red robe 
and a dark blue mantle, is seated on the cross with the 
head and shoulders of the dead Christ resting in her lap. 
H. 25I in. W. i8| in. Canvas. 
Deposited by Mrs. S. Seguin, 1895? 

W52-6 MASSACRE BY THE TURKS; DEATH OF AN 
ENGLISH GENERAL. Numerous Turks, wearing 
brilliantly colored garments and brandishing scimitars, 
surround the prostrate form of an English officer; a town 
in flames is seen in the background at the right. 
H. 39I in. W. 50 in. Canvas. 
Deposited by Mrs. S. Seguin, 1895? 

W52-7 APOLLO AND HYACINTHUS. . (According to classic 
legend, Apollo, the Sun-God, and Zephyrus, the West- 
Wind, were both very fond of the youth, Hyacinthus. 
Because he loved Apollo better, Zephyrus, in revenge, blew 
a heavy quoit with which Apollo and Hyacinthus were 
playing so that it struck Hyacinthus, instantly killing 
him.) The picture shows the prostrate youth with Apollo 
bending over him. 
H. i8y'V in. W. 13I in. Canvas. 
Deposited by Mrs. S. Seguin, 1895? 

W52-8 PRESENTATION IN THE TEMPLE. The high priest 
with a talith (scarf) over his head, stands at the left, re- 
ceiving the Child, who is held in His mother's arms; St. 
Joseph, wearing a red robe, stands at the right. 
H. i4^f in. W. 2of in. Canvas. 
Deposited by Mrs. S. Seguin, 1895? 

W52-9 HISTORICAL SUBJECT. A young woman, in a white 
gown and yellow cloak, kneels at the left and oifers her 
jewels to a seated man; at the extreme right a saddled 
horse is at the stable door; an old man in a red cloak 
stands back of the woman; at the extreme left two chil- 

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WEST — WHEATLEY 

dren are playing with a suit of armor; sea, rocks, and 
stormy sky form the background. 
H. 35f in. W. 27I in. Canvas. 
Deposited by Mrs. S. Seguin, 1895? 

WE Y DEN, Roger VAN der; also known as Rogelet de la Pasture 
or Roget van Brugge. Flemish (Brabant); born about 
1400 at Tournay; died 1464 at Brussels. Was apprenticed 
to Robert Campin at Tournay. 

W54-1 THE ANNUNCIATION. A bedroom with the Virgin 
Gallery in a crimson robe and blue mantle, kneeling at her 
34 devotions in the foreground at the right; back of her 

at the left is a winged angel in a white robe with red and 
yellow brocaded alb; at the back of the room is a bed with 
red draperies and an open window through which an 
enclosed garden is seen. The lighted taper in the Virgin's 
hand indicates that it is night. 

H. 731 in. W. 45y^^ in. Wood. Bulletin, 191 1, p. 194. 
Gift of J. Pierpont Morgan, 19 17. 

~ Copy after van der Weyden. 

W54C-1 DESCENT FROM THE CROSS. A triptych. The 
center panel showing the Virgin and Joseph of Arimathea 
supporting the dead body of Christ with St. John, is one 
of numerous works of the same composition perhaps 
copied after a lost original by Roger van der Weyden. 
On the side panels are Nicodemus and Mary Magdalen. 
The work is Flemish of the early sixteenth century. 
H. 36 in. W. 54 in. Wood. 
Gift of Clyde Fitch and Ferdinand Gottschalk, 19 17. 

WHEATLEY, Francis. British (English); born 1747 at London; 
died there 1801. Studied at Shipley's Drawing School 
and was assistant to the mural painter, John Mortimer. 

W56-1 VIEW IN WALES. Steep mountains form the back- 
Gallery ground with their wooded slopes descending to the shore 
24 of a stream which flows at the left; sheep and a shepherd 

are at the right and in the immediate foreground women 

and children are carrying faggots. 

H. 12 in. W. 13! in. Canvas. 

Gift of Dowdeswell and Dowdeswells, 1903. 

W56-2 LAN DSCAPE I N WALES. Wooded, hilly country with 
a lake at the right; on the bank in the foreground are 
several figures and three cows. 

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H. 12 in. W. 14 in. Canvas. 

Gift of Dowdeswell and Dowdeswells, 1903. 

\V56-3 TAKING HOME THE BRIDE. A country road with 

Gallery a young woman, wearing a pink dress and white poke 

24 bonnet, mounted on a white palfrey on whose side hangs 

a cage-like basket; she is accompanied by a young man 

in brown coat and red waistcoat astride a brown horse; a 

single tree at the right spreads its branches above the 

couple. 

H. 22 in. W. 18 in. Canvas. Signed: FWheatly. 

Bequest of Maria De Witt Jesup, from the collection of 

her husband, Morris K. Jesup, 191 5. 

WHISTLER, James A. McNeill. American; born 1834 ^t Lowell, 
Mass.; died 1903 at London, England. Student at United 
States Military Academy, West Point, N. Y., from 185 1 
to 1854; pupil of Gleyre in Paris the following year; set- 
tled in London in 1859. His signature of a butterfly 
is a development from his monogram. Portraits, figure 
subjects, and landscapes. Also etcher. 

W57-1 NOCTURNE IN GREEN AND GOLD; CREMORNE 
Gallery GARDENS, LONDON, AT NIGHT. In the distance 
12 there are dancers on a platform which is decorated by 

strings of dimly seen lights; in the middle distance groups 
of figures are seated at tables beneath the trees; a lighted 
booth is at the right in the immediate foreground. 
H. 25I in. W. 30I in. Canvas. Bulletin, 1906, pp. 105, 109. 
Gift of Harris C. Fahnestock, 1906. 

W57-2 LADY IN GRAY. A small, full-length, standing figure, 
Gallery wearing a close-fitting dark gray dress and carrying in 
12 her right hand a large dark hat with a light feather. 

H. \o\ in. W. 5§ in. Gouache. Signed with the but- 
terfly. 
Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1906. 

W57-3 EDWARD G. KENNEDY. (New York connoisseur of 

Gallery prints and friend of Whistler.) Small, full-length, standing 

12 figure, wearing a black coat and gray trousers; in his 

right hand he holds a high silk hat. 

H. iif in. W. 7 in. Wood. Bulletin, 1910, p. 46, ill. 

Gift of Edward G. Kennedy, 1909. 

W57-4 ARRANGEMENT IN BLACK, NO. 3; SIR HENRY 

Gallery IRVING AS PHILIP II OF SPAIN. (In 1874 Irving 

12 played the part of Philip II in Tennyson's drama Queen 

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WHISTLER — WHITE 

Mary.) Life-size, full-length, standing figure; he 
wears a black hat with a white feather; the doublet, 
hose, and cloak are black with bands of dull gold braid; 
the hose are slashed with white and the trunks and shoes 
are white; the Order of the Garter is on the left knee; his 
hand rests on a gold chain which hangs about his neck. 
H.84f in. W. 42f in. Canvas. Bulletin, 1910, p. 152, ill. 
Purchase, Rogers Fund, 19 10. 

W57-5 HARMONY IN YELLOW AND GOLD; THE GOLD 
Gallery GIRL, CONNIE GILCHRIST. (Born 1865; a popular 
15 dancer of the early 'eighties who became Countess of 

Orkney.) Life-size, full-length figure of a young girl; she 
is skipping, with the rope poised above her head and a red 
handle held in each hand; she wears a close-fitting yellow 
bodice with puffed yellow silk sleeves, white stockings, 
and gilt shoes; a yellow curtain forms the background. 
Inscribed: CONNIE GILCHRIST. 
H. 85! in. W. 43I in. Canvas. Signed with the butter- 
fly. Bulletin, 1910, p. 152 and 191 1, p. 66, ill. 
Gift of George A. Hearn, 191 1. 

W57-6 CREMORNE GARDENS, No. 2. An evening scene. 

Gallery Fashionably dressed ladies and gentlemen stroll or sit 

12 at tables under the trees which are decorated with strings 

of colored lamps; booths are at right and left; in the 

background the river shows beyond a lawn and tree 

trunks. 

H. 27 in. W. 53I in. Canvas. Bulletin, 1912, p. 74, ill. 

Purchase, Kennedy Fund, 191 2. 

W57-7 ARRANGEMENT IN FLESH COLOR AND BLACK; 

Gallery THEODORE DURET. (Born 1838; a Paris art critic 
12 and writer who was a friend and early admirer of 

Whistler.) Full-length, life-size, standing figure in 
evening dress; a pink domino hangs over his left arm and 
a red fan is in his gloved left hand; the right hand hangs 
at his side and holds an opera hat. 
H. 76I in. W. 35i| in. Canvas. Signed with the but- 
terfly. Bulletin, IQ13, p. 44, ill. 
Purchase, Wolfe Fund, 19 13. 

WHITE, Edwin. American; born 1817 at South Hadley, Mass.; 
died in 1877 at Saratoga Springs, N. Y. Studied in 
Europe; worked chiefly in New York City. Genre. 

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W58-1 THE ANTIQUARY. An interior with a man in Flor- 
entine costume; he is seated at the right examining a 
coin and leans upon a chest on which are a book and a 
silver casket; a tapestry curtain is draped at the left. 
H. 22^ in. W. 27I in. Canvas. Signed: Edwin White 
1855 Paris. 
Gift of Mrs. Edwin White, 1877. 

WHITTREDGE, Worthington. American; born 1820 near 
Springfield, Ohio; died 1910 at Summit, N. J. Pupil 
of James Beard in New York City and Andreas Achen- 
bach in Diisseldorf. Spent the greater part of his life 
near New York City. Landscapes. 

W61-1 EVENING IN THE WOODS. A brook flowing through 
Gallery the woods reflects the trees and the evening light which 
16 comes through a clearing. 

H. 42t\ in. W. 36I in. Canvas. Signed: W. Whittredge. 

Bequest of Henry H. Cook, 1905. 

W61-2 CAMP MEETING. In the foreground is a quiet stream 
Gallery in shadow; beneath the trees in the middle distance a 
16 speaker stands on a platform at the left, facing numerous 

people who are moving about in a clearing where the 
sun is shining. From the Borden Collection where the 
picture was entitled Scene in Central Park. 
H. 16 in. W.4o|^ in. Canvas. Signed:W. Whittredge 
1874. Bulletin, 1913, p. 87, ill. 
Purchase, Lazarus Fund, 19 13. 

WIGGINS, Carleton. American; born 1848 at Turners, N. Y.; 
lives in New York City. Pupil of National Academy of 
Design and of George Inness in New York; studied in 
France. Landscapes with cattle. 

W63-1 A YOUNG HOLSTEIN BULL. 

H. 54 in. W. 46I in. Canvas. Signed: CARLETON 

WIGGINS, A. N. A. 

Gift of Joseph Grafton, 1895. 

WIGGINS, Guy C. American; born 1883 at Brooklyn, N. Y.; 
lives in New York City. Pupil of his father, Carleton 
Wiggins, and of the National Academy of Design. 

W631-1 METROPOLITAN TOWER. (Madison Avenue and 
Gallery Twenty-third Street, New York.) A view of roofs with 
15 melting snow and smoke; in the center of the picture 

rises the tower of the Metropolitan Life Building. 

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H. 34yV in. W. 4o| in. Canvas. 
Wiggins. Bulletin, 1912, p. 137, ill. 
Purchase, Hearn Fund, 1912. 



Signed: Guy C 



WILES, Irving R. American; born 1861 at Utica, N. Y.; lives 
in New York City. Pupil of his father, L. M. Wiles; 
Art Students' League in New York under Chase and 
Beckwith; Lefebvre and Carolus-Duran in Paris. Chiefly 
portraits. 

W64-1 LEMUEL MAYNARD WILES, (i 826-1905; a painter; 
Gallery father of the artist.) Life-size head and shoulders, 

12 facing to the left; he has white hair and moustache and 
wears glasses. 

H. 225 in. W. i8| in. Canvas. Signed: Irving R. 

Wiles, 1904. 

Purchase, Rogers Fund, 191 2. 

W64-2 GEORGE ARNOLD HEARN. (1835-1913; merchant. 
Gallery art collector, and Trustee of the Museum from 1903 until 

13 his death. He gave many paintings to the Museum and 
an endowment fund for the purchase of pictures by con- 
temporary American artists.) Life-size, standing figure, 
turned slightly to the right and seen to the knees; his left 
hand rests on a table beside an ivory figure, and his right 
hangs at his side holding his spectacles; he has white hair, 
chin beard, and moustache, and wears a black coat; a 
dark wall forms the background. 

H. 57in. W, 38^ in. Canvas. Signed: Irving R. Wiles 
1914. Bulletin, 1914, ill. p. 157. 
Gift of the Trustees, 19 14. 

WILKIE, Sir David. British (Scotch); born 1785 at Cults in 
Fifeshire; died 1841 at sea near Gibraltar. Studied at the 
Trustees' Academy in Edinburgh and later at the Royal 
Academy Schools in London. Genre subjects. 

W65-1 RETURN OF THE HIGHLAND WARRIOR. Interior 
of a cottage; a man in Highland costume is seated at the 
right while a woman holds their baby toward him; a little 
girl stands at the left near a partly open door; there are 
two dogs and numerous kitchen utensils. 
H. 24 in. W. 36 in. Wood. Signed: David Wilkie p. 
Bart. 

Bequest of Maria De Witt Jesup, from the collection of 
her husband, Morris K. Jesup, 191 5. 

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\VI LLAE RTS — WI LSON 

WILLAERTS, Adam. Flemish; born 1577 at Antwerp; died 
1664 at Utrecht. 

W66-1 RIVER SCENE WITH BOATS. In the immediate 

Gallery foreground at the left is a path with several figures; 

14 houses are near the shore beyond; two rowboats are 

ferrying passengers toward an inclined landing on the 

farther shore; numerous sail-boats in the middle distance. 

H. i8i in. W. 33f in. Wood. Initialed: A. W. 1643. 

Gift of George A. Hearn, 1906. 

WILLEMS, Florent. Belgian; born 1823 at Liege; died 1905 at 
Neilly, near Paris, France. Pupil of Mechlin Academy. 

W661-1 PREPARING FOR THE PROMENADE. A hall 

Gallery with tiled floor and walls hung with dark green tapestries; 

18 at the right a page, dressed in red, holds back a brown 

curtain from a doorway before which stands a young 

woman who wears a gray hat and cape and is drawing 

on a long white glove. 

H. 25I in. W. 293V in- Wood. Signed: F. Willems. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

WILLIAMS, F. Ballard. American; born 1871 at Brooklyn, 
N. Y.; lives in New York City. Pupil of Cooper Union 
Night School under John Ward Stimson and of the 
National Academy of Design. Landscapes and figures. 

W67-1 L'ALLEGRO. Three women in light classic draperies 

Gallery are dancing near the seashore. 

13 H. I if in. W. 14! in. Canvas. Signed: Fred'k Bal- 

lard Williams -03. 
Purchase, Hearn Fund, 1907. 

W67-2 HAPPY VALLEY. Four women in richly colored low- 
Gallery necked gowns are seated on a rocky shore; blue sea beyond. 
12 H. 28I in. W. 35I in. Canvas. Signed: Fred'k Bal- 

lard Williams,- 05. 
Purchase, Hearn Fund, 1909. 

WILSON, Richard. British (English); born 1713 at Pinegas; died 
1782 at Llanberis, North Wales. Studied portrait 
painting with Thomas Wright in London; his landscapes 
influenced by Claude Lorraine and Joseph Vernet. 
Landscapes. 

W69-I THE STORM. In the immediate foreground at the right 

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WILSON 

I 

Gallery Is a large tree which has been struck by h'ghtning; a 
14 shepherd and his flock are fighting their way toward a 

house at the base of a wooded hill which is crowned by 
a castle; at the left is a plain with ruins; beyond are a 
winding river and a distant town ; heavy clouds with forked 
lightning. 

H. 41I in. W. 53 J in. Canvas. 
Gift of George A. Hearn, 1895. 

W69-2 LAKE OF N EMI. In the foreground at the right, on a 

Gallery terrace that overlooks the lake, are several people; a grove 

14 of tall trees is beyond; in the distance is a castle on a cliff; 

from the far shore of the lake stretches a broad expanse 

of rolling country. At one time catalogued as Landscape 

with Figures. 

H. i6| in. W. 2i| in. Canvas. 

Gift of George A. Hearn, 1906. 

W69-3 ITALIAN LANDSCAPE. In the center of the picture 

Gallery is a body of still water which reflects the trees along its 

14 banks; in the distance at the left a ruined castle crowns a 

hill and is silhouetted against the glowing sunset sky; 

rocky foreground with two men fishing and at the right a 

tall tree with sparse foliage at the top. 

H. 34I in. W. 51 in. Canvas. 

Gift of George A. Hearn, 1906. 

W69-4 VIEW ON THE ARNO. At the left a steep cliff crowned 
Gallery by a castle with a round tower; in the immediate fore- 
24 ground are several figures, including a man fishing and a 

lady seated near him; at the right a broken tree trunk and 
a tall tree with its branches outlined against the sky; on 
the far shore is a town; hills in the distance at the right. 
This picture is similar, except for the tree at the right, to 
one entitled View on the Tiber which is in the collection 
of Lady Wantage. 

H.4o|in. W. 50 in. Canvas. Bulletin, 191 5, ill. p. 92. 
Bequest of Maria De Witt Jesup, from the collection of 
her husband, Morris K. Jesup, 191 5. 

W69-5 AFTERNOON. At the right a mass of trees and in the 
foreground a road with a woman leaning against a tree 
trunk and a man fishing; at the left is the river, which 
broadens as it extends into the distance. 
H. 17 in. W. 2i|in. Canvas. 

Bequest of Maria De Witt Jesup, from the collection of 
her husband, Morris K. Jesup, 191 5. 

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WINTERHALTER— WORMS 

WINTERHALTER, Francois Xavier. French; born 1806 at 
Baden-Baden, Germany; died 1873 at Frankfort, Ger- 
many. Pupil of Munich Academy and of Stiegler; 
in 1834 settled in Paris. Portraits. 

W73-1 FLORIN DA. (According to legend, Roderick, King 
of the Spanish Visigoths about 700 A. D., wishing to 
determine which of the Maids of Honor was the fairest, 
watched them bathing and awarded the prize of beauty to 
Florinda, with whom he afterwards fell in love. Her 
father, in revenge, called the Arabs into Spain and brought 
about the Arab conquest. The Empress Eugenie, wife 
of Napoleon 1 1 1 of France, and her Maids of Honor, were 
said to have been the models for this picture.) A thickly 
wooded glen with eleven young women in a semicircle 
preparatory to bathing in a pool; the King is looking 
through the trees at the left; a castle is seen on a cliff in 
the distance. 

H. 70^ in. W. 96! in. Canvas. Signed: F. X. Winterhalter. 
Bequest of William H. Webb, 1901. 

WOOD, Thomas W. American; born 1823 at Montpelier, Vt.; 
died 1903 at New York City. Pupil of Chester Harding 
in Boston; settled in New York in 1867. President of the 
National Academy of Design 189 1 to 1899. Genre. 

W85-1 WAR EPISODES: a. THE CONTRABAND; b. THE 
VOLUNTEER; c. THE VETERAN. Three pictures 
in one frame, each a full-length figure of a negro soldier. 
H. 28^ in. W. 2oi in. (each). Canvas. Signed: T. W. 
WOOD. 1866. 
Gift of Charles Stewart Smith, 1884. 

WORMS, Jules. French; born 1832 at Paris; lives there. Pupil 
of Lafosse. Genre. 

W89-1 LETTER OF RECOMMENDATION. A Spanish 

Gallery courtyard with an old man seated reading a letter which 

17 a young woman, standing in front, has given him; beyond 

are other figures. 

H. 19! in. W. 29 in. Canvas. Signed: J. Worms. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

W89-2 THE FOUNTAIN OF THE BULLS; GRANADA. A 

Gallery courtyard with a carved stone fountain about which are 

17 gathered a man on horseback, several women, and chil- 

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WORMS — WYANT 

dren; in the background are shops with figures in the 

doorways. 

H. 23I in, W. 3if in. Canvas. Signed: J. Worms. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

WOUTER, Jacob. See Vosmaer. 

WOUWERMAN, Philips. Dutch; born 1619 at Haarlem; died 
there 1668. Pupil of his father, Paulus Joosten Wouwer- 
man and of Frans Hals. Landscapes with horses. 

W91-1 THE HALT. A stream with stony banks and an 

Gallery arched bridge in the middle distance; at the right a road 

26 and in the foreground a man leading a white horse; in 

the distance a man and a horse are seen on the crest of 

the hilly road. 

H. 23! in. W. 30I in. Wood. Initialed: PH W (almost 

indecipherable). 

Purchase, 1871. 



WYANT, 



W97-1 

Gallery 

16 



W97-2 

Gallery 

13 



W97-3 
Gallery 

13 



W97-4 



Alexander H. American ; born 1 836 at Port Washington, 
Ohio; died 1892 at New York City. Pupil of Hans Gude 
at Karlsruhe, Germany. Landscapes. 

VIEW IN COUNTY KERRY, IRELAND. A pool of 

water occupies the center of a gray landscape; at the 

right against a rocky ledge is a whitewashed cabin from 

which a footpath leads to the immediate foreground; 

mountains are in the distance. 

H. 26i\ in. W. 40yV in- Canvas. Signed: A. H. 

Wyant. 

Gift of George I. Seney, 1887. 

A GLIMPSE OF THE SEA. A narrow inlet with 
marshy banks; groups of trees in the middle distance on 
each side; cloudy sky. 

H. i8| in. W. 30I in. Canvas. Signed: A. H. WYANT 
Gift of George A. Hearn, 1906. 

LANDSCAPE IN THE ADIRONDACKS. In the 

center of the foreground is a pool of water and at the 

left a group of trees; beyond is a broad valley with rolling 

hills. 

H. 20y^^ in. W. 30I in. Canvas. Signed: A. H. 

WYANT. 

Gift of George A. Hearn, 1906. 

BROAD SILENT VALLEY. At the left is a group of 



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Gallery 
13 



W97-5 
Gallery 

13 



W97-6 

Gallery 
16 



W97-7 

Gallery 

13 



W97-8 



W97-9 



trees; a pool is beyond and in the distance at the right is 
a rocky hill; the foreground is in deep shadow while the 
valley in the distance is in full sunlight. 
H. 6of in. W. 50I in. Canvas. Signed: A. H. WYANT. 
.Bulletin, 1914, p. 6, ill. 
Gift of George A. Hearn, 1906. 

FORENOON IN THE ADIRONDACKS. A clump of 
trees is at the right with a single gray birch trunk standing 
in the center near a winding stream; the foreground is in 
shadow and the sunlight strikes the wooded hills in the 
distance. 

H. 33tV i"- ^' 424 in- Canvas. Signed: A. H. 
Wyant, 84. Bulletin, 1910, p. 106, ill. 
Gift of George A. Hearn, 19 10. 

AN OLD CLEARING. At the left is a group of birches 
which throw their shadows across the foreground where 
there is a narrow brook; the clearing beyond is in sunlight. 
H. 49i in. W. 37 in. Canvas. Signed: A. H. Wyant 
188 1. 
Gift of Robert Gordon, 1912. 

MOHAWK VALLEY. The river winds between 
low hills to the foreground where it forms a whirl- 
pool over the rocks at the right; in the foreground at the 
left is a rocky ledge with a tall pine; low trees are beyond 
and ranges of hills extend into the distance; cloudy sky 
with rain at the left. 

H. 33f in. W. 53! in. Canvas. Signed: A. H. 
Wyant 1866. 
Gift of Mrs. George 
Hoppock Hearn, 191 3. 



E. Schanck in memory of Arthur 



LANDSCAPE WITH DISTANT MOUNTAINS. A 

view evidently in the Catskills; trees at the left and a 

shrubbery-edged foreground; mountains beyond. 

H. 26f in. W. 40I in. Canvas. Signed: A. H. Wyant. 

Mr. and Mrs. Isaac D. Fletcher Collection. 

Bequest of Isaac D. Fletcher, 1917. 

CLEARING AFTER RAIN. 

H. 14 in. W. 20 in. Canvas. Signed: A. H. Wyant. 

Gift of Mrs. George Langdon Jewett, 1917. 

W97-10 EVENING. No. 39, Wyant sale, Fifth Avenue Auction 
Rooms, 1894. 

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WYANT— WYLIE 

H. i6j in. W. 22 in. Canvas. Signed: A. H. Wyant. 
Gift of Mrs. George Langdon Jewett, 1917. 

WYLIE, Robert. American; born 1839 at the Isle of Man, Eng- 
land; died 1877 at Pont Avens, Brittany, France. 
Studied at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, 
Philadelphia, and later. in Paris; settled in Brittany in 
1865. Genre. 

W971-1 DEATH OF A VENDEAN CHIEF. (An incident in the 
insurrection of the inhabitants of La Vendee, 1 793 to 1 796.) 
The chief, fatally wounded, is lying upon a litter of straw 
in a crypt; about him are his family and followers. 
H. 78 in. W. 86^ in. Canvas. 
Gift of Goupil & Co., 1880. 



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YEWELL, George H. American; born 1830 at Havre de Grace, 
Md.; lives in New York City. Pupil of Thomas Hicks 
in New York; Couture in Paris. Genre. 

Y4-1 INTERIOR OF ST. MARK'S, VENICE. The pulpit 

Gallery forms the center of the picture. 

16 H.2i| in. W. 12I in. Canvas. Signed: Geo. H. Yewell. 

Gift of the artist, 1890. 



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ZAMACOIS, Eduardo. Spanish; born 1842 at Bilboa; died 1871 
at Madrid. Pupil of Balaca at Bilboa; Madrid Academy 
under Federico de Madrazo; Meissonierin Paris. Genre. 

Zi-i SLEEPING HUNTER. A man, asleep, is seated on a 

Gallery rustic bench with his feet up and his back against a tree. 
18 H. 4f in. W. 6j\ in. Wood. Initialed: E. Z. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

Zi-2 DOOR OF A MOSQUE. In the center of the foreground 

stands a woman who carries a pitcher in her right hand and 
a dish in the other; several figures are seated on the steps 
within the archway of the door and others sit or stand 
against the wall. 

H. 17I in. W. 14! in. Canvas. Signed: E'? Zamacois. 
69. 

Bequest of Maria De Witt Jesup, from the collection of 
her husband, Morris K. Jesup, 191 5. 

ZIEM, Felix. French; born 1821 at Beaume; died 191 1 at Paris. 
Pupil of Dijon Art School. Landscapes, chiefly Venice. 

Z6-1 INUNDATION OF THE PIAZZA OF ST. MARK'S, 

Gallery VENICE. A view of the church of San Marco and the 

18 Campanile in bright sunlight against a deep blue sky; 

gondolas are being rowed across the flooded Piazza. 

H. 32! in. W. 26f in. Canvas. Signed: Ziem. 

Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887. 

Z6-2 VENICE. After-sunset effect with yellow sky and gray 
clouds; the city is at the left and a gondola passes up a 
shallow stream with marshy banks at the right. 
H. 8 in. W. I2f in. Water color. Signed: Ziem. 
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac D. Fletcher Collection. 
Bequest of Isaac D. Fletcher, 1917. 

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ZIEM — ZULOAGA 

Z6-3 VENETIAN FISHING BOAT. Low horizon with 

water reflecting the sun and flats in the foreground; 
Venice is seen at the right. 

H. 8 in. W. 1 1{ in. Water color. Signed: Ziem. 
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac D. Fletcher Collection. 
Bequest of Isaac D. Fletcher, 1917. 

ZORN, Anders. Swedish; born i860, 

Z7-1 MRS. WALTER RATHBONE BACON. 

Gallery H. 67^ in. W. 42^ in. Canvas. Signed: Zorn 1897. 
19 Gift of Mrs. Walter Rathbone Bacon in memory of her 

husband, Walter Rathbone Bacon, 1917. 

Z7-2 EDWARD R. BACON. (1846-1915.) Standing figure, 

Gallery life size, seen to the knees. He has black hair, moustache, 

19 and side whiskers, and wears a black frock coat; his 

right hand rests on his hip and his left is in his trouser 

pocket. 

H. 485 in. W. 35^ in. Canvas. Signed: Zorn. 

Bequest of Mrs. Virginia Purdy Bacon, 1919. 



ZUGEL, Heinrich. German; born 1850 at Murrhardt; lives in 
Munich. Pupil of von Holden and of Stuttgart Academy- 
studied in Vienna, Paris, and Holland. Chiefly animals 

Z8-1 OXEN FORDING A STREAM. Black and white cattle 

Gallery are knee deep in the water; a young boy is astride one of 
19 the foremost pair; flat meadows beyond and in the dis- 

tance a line of low hills. 

H. 55j in. W. 79I in. Canvas. Signed: H v Zugel 1908. 
Gift of Adolphus Busch, 1909. 

ZULOAGA, Ignacio. Spanish; born 1870 at Eibar; lives chiefly at 
Segovia. He learnt the art of ornamental metalwork 
under his father, Placido Zuloaga, a famous armorer; 
influenced bv El Greco; studied in Rome and Paris. 
Figure subjects. 

Z81-51 MLLE. LUCIENNE BREVAL AS CARMEN. (A 
Gallery French singer in the title role of Bizet's opera.) Life- 
19 size, full-length figure of a woman, standing in the fore- 

ground dancing; she wears a red skirt and a fringed black 
shawl embroidered with Chinese designs in green and 
yellow; the footlights shine in her face and cast her 
shadow on the scenery in the background; in the half 
light at the left two men are seated at a table with a jug 
between them. 



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ZULOAGA — ZURBARAN 

H. g\l in. W. 765 in. Canvas. Signed: I. Zuloaga. 
Lent by the Hispanic Society of America, 1909. 

ZURBARAN, Francisco de. Spanish; born 1598 at Fuente de 
Cantos; died 1662 at Madrid. Pupil of Juan de las 
Reales; influenced by Caravaggio. 

Z82-1 ST. MICHAEL, THE ARCHANGEL. A full-length 
Gallery figure with spread wings, holding in his right hand a 
28 flaming sword and in his left a palm branch; his left foot 

rests upon the shoulder of a prostrate, winged demon 
He wears a blue cuirass over a pale purple robe and a red 
mantle floats behind him; a plumed helmet is on his 
head; a golden sky forms the background. 
H. 64! in.* W. 43I in. Canvas. 
Gift of Henry G. Marquand, 1888. 



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APPENDIX 



ARTISTS REPRESENTED 



ARRANGED BY SCHOOLS 



AMERICAN SCHOOL 

Abbey, Edwin A., 1852-1911 
Alexander, John W., 1856-1915 
Allston, Washington, 1779-1843 
Ames, Ezra, 1768-1836 
Ames, Joseph, 1816-1872 
Baker, George A., 182 1-1880 
Beal, Gifford, 1879- 
Beaux, Cecilia, Contemporary 
Bellows, George, 1882- 
Benson, Frank W., 1862- 
Bierstadt, Albert, 1830-1902 
Blackburn, Joseph, 1700? -after 

1765 
Blakelock, Ralph Albert, 1847-1919 
Blashfield, Edwin Howland, 1848- 
Blum, Robert F., 1857-1903 
BoGERT, George H., 1864- 
BoGGS, Frank M., 1855- 
Brown, George Loring, 1814-1889 
Brown, J. G., 1831-1913 
Brush, George De Forest, 1855- 
Bunce, W. Gedney, 1840-1916 
Bunker, Dennis M., 1861-1890 
Burroughs, Bryson, 1869- 
Butler, George B., 1838-1907 
Carlsen, Emil, 1853- 
Casilear, John W., 1811-1893 
Cassatt, Mary, Contemporary 
Chapman, Charles S., 1879- 
Chase, William M., 1849-1916 
Church, Frederic E., 1826-1900 
Church, F. S., 1842- 
Coffin, William A., 1855- 
Cohen, Lewis, 1858-1915 
Cole, Thomas, 1801-1848 
Collins, Alfred Q., 1855-1903 
CoLMAN, Samuel, 1832- 
Coman, Charlotte B., 1833- 
CoNANT, Alban Jasper, 1821-1915 
Copley, John Singleton, 1737-1815 
Couse, E. Irving, 1866- 
Cox, Kenyon, 1856-1919 



Crane, Bruce, 1857- 
Cropsey, Jasper F., 1823-1900 
Gushing, Howard Gardiner, 1869- 

1916 
Da bo, Leon, 1868- 
Daingerfield, Elliott, 1859- 
Dana, William P. W.. 1833- 
Dannat, William T., 1853- 
Davies, Arthur B., 1862- 
Davis, Charles H., 1856- 
Dearth, Henry Golden, 1864-1918 
Dessar, Louis Paul, 1867- 
Dewey, Charles Melville, 1849- 
Dewing, Thomas W., 1851- 
Donoho, Ruger, 1857-1916 
Dougherty, Paul, 1877- 
Doughty, Thomas, 1793-1856 
Dunlap, William, 1766-1839 
Durand, Asher B., 1796-1886 
Eakins, Thomas, 1844-1916 
Earle, Ralph, 1751-1801 
Elliott, Charles L., 1812-1868 
Emmet, Ellen G., 1876- 
FiTZ, R. Benjamin, 1855-1891 
Flagg, Charles Noel, 1848-1916 
Flagg, Montague, 1842-1915 
Florian, Walter, 1878-1909 
Foster, Ben, 1852- 
Frieseke, Frederick C, 1874- 
FuLLER, George, 1822-1884 
Gaugengigl, 1. M., 1855- 
Gay, Edward, 1837- 
Gay, Walter, 1856- 
Genth, Lillian, Contemporary 
Gifford, R. Swain, 1840-1905 
Gifford, Sandford R., 1823-1880 
Gray, Henry Peters, 1819-1877 
Groll, Albert, 1866- 
GuY, Seymour J., 1824-1910 
Hall, George H., 1825-1913 
Hamilton, James, 1819-1878 
Harrison, T. Alexander, 1853- 
Hart, William, 1823-1894 
Hassam, Childe, 1859- 



347 



APPENDIX 



Hawthorne, Charles W., 1872- 
Healy, G. p. a., 1813-1894 
Henri, Robert, 1865- 
Henry, E. L., i84i»- 
Herter, Albert, 1871- 
Hicks, Thomas, 1823-1890 
Hitchcock, George, 1850-1913 
Homer, Winslow, 1836-1910 
HovENDEN, Thomas, 1840-1895 
Hunt, William Morris, 1824-1879 
Huntington, Daniel, 1816-1906 
Ingham, Charles C, 1796-1863 
JNMAN, Henry, 1 801?- 1846 
JNNESS, George, 1825-1894 
Inness, George, Jr., 1853- 
Irwin, Benoni, 1840-1896 
IsHAM, Samuel, 1855-1914 
Jarvis, John W., 1780-1834 
Jefferson, Joseph, 1829-1905 
Jewett, William, 1795-1873 
Johnson, David, 1827-1908 
Johnson, Eastman, 1824- 1906 
Jones, H. Bolton, 1848- 
Jongers, Alphonse, 1872- 
Jouett, Matthew H., 1783-1827 
Kendall, W. Sergeant, 1869- 
Kensett, John F., 1818-1872 
Kent, Rockwell, 1882- 
KosT, Frederick W., 1861- 
Kronberg, Louis, 1872- 
Kruseman Van Elten, H., D. 

I 829- 1 904 
Kyle, Joseph, 181 5-1863 
La Farge, John, 1835-1910 
Lathrop, William L., 1859- 
Lawson, Ernest, 1873- 
Lazarus, Jacob H., 1822-1891 
Leutze, Emanuel, 1816-1868 
Lie, Jonas, 1880- 
LiNEN, George, 1802-1888 
LocKwooD, Wilton, 1861-1914 
LoEB, Louis, 1866-1909 
Loop, Henry A., 183 1-1895 
Low, Will H., 1853- 
LuKs, George Benjamin, 1867- 
MacCameron, Robert, 1866-1912 
McEntee, Jervis, 1828-1891 
Magrath, William, 1838-1918 
Marr, Carl, 1858- 
Marshall, William Edgar, 1837- 

1907 
Martin, Homer D., 1836-1897 
Mathews, Arthur F., 1860- 
May, Edward H., 1824-1887 
Maynard, George W., 1843- 
Melchers, Gari, 1860- 



MiGNOT, Louis R., 183I-1871 
Miller, Charles H., 1842 
Miller, Richard E., 1875- 
Millet, Francis D., 1846-19 12 
MoRAN, Edward, 1829-1901 
Morse, S.. F. B., 1791-1872 
MosLER, Henry, 1841-1920 
Mount, William S., 1807-1868 
Murphy, J. Francis, 1853- 
Myers, Jerome, 1867- 
Nast, Thomas, 1840-1902 
Neagle, John, 1799-1865 
NicoLL, J. C, 1846-1918 
Ochtman, Leonard, 1854- 
Ogilvie, Clinton, 1838-1900 
Parshall, DeWitt, 1864- 
Parton, Arthur, 1842-1914 
Paxton, William M., 1869- 
Peale, Charles Willson, 1741-1827 
Pe A RCE, Charles Sprague, 1 85 1 - 1 9 1 4 
Picknell, William L., 1854-1897 
Pine, Robert Edge, British-Amer- 
ican, 1742-1790 
Pratt, Matthew, 1734- 1805 
Prendergast, Maurice B., 1862- 
Ranger, Henry W., 1858-1916 
Redfield, Edward W., 1868- 
Reid, Robert, 1862- 
Remington, Frederic, 1861-1909 
Richards, William T., 1833-1905 
Robinson, Theodore, 1852-1896 
RossiTER, Thomas P., 1818-1871 
Ryder, Albert P., 1847-1917 
Ryder, Platt P., 1821-1896 
Sargent, John S., 1856- 
Sartain, William, 1843- 
ScHOFiELD, W. Elmer, 1867- 
ScHREYVOGEL, Charles, 1861-1912 
Scott, E. M., 1832-1915 
Shannon, James J., 1862- 
Sharpless, James, 1750-181 1 
Shurtleff, R. M., 1838-1915 
Smibert, John, i684?-i75i 
Smillie, George H., 1840- 
Sonntag, William L., 1822-1900 
Speicher, Eugene, 1883- 
Spencer, Robert, 1879- 
Steichen, Eduard J., 1879- 
Sterner, Albert Edward, 1863 — 
Stone, William Oliver, 1830-1875 
Story, George H., 1835- 
Stuart, Gilbert, 1755-1828 
Sully, Thomas, 1783-1872 
Symons, Gardner, Contemporary 
Taber, Edward M., 1863-1896 
Talcott, Allen B., 1867-1908 



348 



ARTISTS ARRANGED BY SCHOOLS 



Thayer, Abbott, 1849- 
Thomas, S. Seymour, 1868- 
Thompson, a. Wordsworth, 1840- 

1896 
Trumbull, John, 1756-1843 
Tryon, Dwight, 1849- 
TuRNER, C. Y., 1850-1919 
TwACHTMAN, John H., 1853-1902 
Ulrich, Charles, 1858-1908 
Vanderlyn, John, 1776-1852 
Vedder, Elihu, 1836- 
Volk, Douglas, 1856- 
Waldo, Samuel L., 1783-1861 
Walker, H. O., 1843- 
Walker, Horatio, 1858- 
Ward, Edgar M., 1849-191 5 
Warren, A. W., ? -1873 
Watrous, Harry W., 1857- 
Waugh, Frederick J., 1861- 
Weeks, Edwin Lord, 1849-1903 
Weir, John F., 1841- 
Weir, J. Alden, 1852-1919 
Weir, Robert W., 1803-1889 
WENTwoRTH.Cecile de. Contempor- 
ary 
West, Benjamin, 1738-1820 
Whistler, James A. McNeill, 1834- 

1903 
White, Edwin, 1817-1877 
Whittredge, Worthington, 1820- 

1910 
Wiggins, Carleton, 1848- 
WiGGiNS, Guy C, 1883- 
WiLES, Irving R., 1861- 
WiLLiAMs, F. Ballard, 1871- 
WooD, Thomas W., 1823-1903 
Wyant, Alexander H., 1836-1892 
Wylie, Robert, 1839-1877 
Yewell, George H., 1830- 

belgian school 

Clays, Paul Jean, 1819-1900 
Cock, Cesar De, 1823-1904 
Cock, Xavier de, 1818-1^6 
Defrance, Leonard, 1735-1805 
Gallait, Louis, 1810-1887 
Haghe, Louis, 1806-1885 
Koller, Guillaume, 1829-1884 
Stevens, Alfred, 1828-1906 
Stevens, Edouard J., 1822- 1892 
Verboeckhoven, Eugene, 1799- 

1881 
Vriendt, Julien De, 1842- 
Wappers, Gustaf, 1803-1874 
Willems, Florent, 1823-1905 



BRITISH school 

Barker, Thomas, 1 769-1847 
Barret, George, the Younger, 

Irish, 1774-1842 
Beechey, Sir William, 1753-1839 
Bonington, Richard Parkes, 1801- 

1828 
Boughton, George H., British- 
American, 1833-1905 
Callcott, Sir Augustus W., 1779- 

1844 
Cameron, D. Y., 1865- 
Conder, Charles, 1868- 1909 
Constable, John, 1776-1837 
CoTMAN, John Sell, 1782-1842 
Crome, John, 1768-182 1 
Drummond, Samuel, 1 763-1844 
Etty, William, 1787- 1849 
Gainsborough, Thomas, 1727- 

1788 
Harlow, George H., 1787-1819 
Haydon, Benjamin R., 1786-1846 
Hogarth, William, 1697-1764 
HoppNER, John, 1758-1810 
John, Augustus E., 1879- 
Kneller, Sir Godfrey, Dutch- 
English, 1646-1723 
Lawrence, Sir Thomas, 1769-1830 
Lawson, Cecil G., 1851-1882 
Leighton, Frederick, Lord, 1830- 

1896 
Lely, Sir Peter, Dutch-English, 

i6i8~i68o 
Leslie, Charles R., British- 
American, 1794-1859 
Lucy, Charles, 1814-1873 
Melville, Arthur, 1858-1904 
MiLLAis, Sir John Everett, 182Q- 

1896 
MoRLAND, George, 1763-1804 
MoRLAND, Henry Robert, 1730-1797 
Nasmyth, Patrick, Scotch, 1 787- 1 83 1 
Newton, Gilbert Stuart, British- 
American, 1795-1835 
Opie, John, 1761-1807 
Orpen, William, 1878- 
Peele, John T., British-American, 

1822-1897 
Philip, John, Scotch, 1817-1867 
Raeburn, Sir Henry, Scotch, 1756- 

1823 
Reynolds, Sir Joshua, 1723- 1792 
RoMNEY, George, 1734-1802 
RossETTi, Dante Gabriel, 1828-1882 
RoTHENSTEiN, William, 1872- 



349 



APPENDIX 



Shannon, Charles H., 1865- 
SHEE.Sir .iViartin A., Irish, 1769- 1850 
Smith, John Rubens, British-Amer- 
ican, 1775- 1844 
Stark, James, 1794-1859 
Steer, P. Wilson, 1860- 
TuRNER, J. M. W., 1775-185 1 
Vincent, George, 1796-1831 
Walker, Robeit, ?- 1658 ? 
Watts, George F., 1817-1904 
Webster, Thomas, 1800- 1886 
Wheatley, Francis, 1747-1801 
WiLKiE, David, 1785-1841 
Wilson, Richard, 1713-1782 

DUTCH SCHOOL 

AscH, Pieter Jansz. van, 1603- 1678 
Bakker-Korff, Alexander H., 1824- 

1882 
Beerstraaten, Jan Abrahamsz., 

I 62 2- I 666 
Berchem, Claes, 1620-1683 
Beyeren, Abraham Hendricksz. 

van, 1620 ?-after 1674 
Bisschop, Christoffel, 1828-1904 
Both, Andries, i6o9?-i650? 
Both, Jan, i6io?-i652 
Kramer, Leonard, 1595-1674 
Cappflle, Jan van de, i624?-i679 
CiiYP, Aelbert, 1620-1691 
DeWit, Jacob, 1695-1754 
Dou, Gerard, 1613-1675 
Eeckhout, Gerbrandt van den, 

1621-1674 
Engelbrechtsen, Cornells, 1468?- 

•533 
Gelder, Aert de, 1645-1727 
oo"i EN, Jan van, 1596-1656 
Hals, Dirck, 1591-1656 
Hals, Frans, the Elder, i584?-i666 
Hals, Frans, the Younger, 1617?- 

after 1669 
HA.VERMAN.Margareta, 18th century 
Heem, )an Davidsz. De, 1606-1683? 
Heemskerck, Marten van, 1498- 

•574 
Hei.st, Bartholomeus van der, 

1613-1670 
Hobbema, Meindert, 1638-1709 
Hondecoeter, Melchior d', 1636- 

1695 
Hooch, Pieter de, 1629-after 1677 
Hoogstraten, Samuel van, 1627- 

1678 
Hughtenburgh, Jan van, 1646- 

1733 



Israels, Jozef, 1824-1911 
Jongh, Ludolf de, 1616-1679 
Jongkind, Barthold, 1819-1891 
Kaemmerer, Frederik Hendrik, 

1839-1902 
Kalf, Willem, i62i?-i693 
Kessel, Johan van, i64i?-i68o 
KoEKKOEK, Barend Cornells, 1803- 

1862 
KoNiNCK, Philips, 1619-1688 
Lingelbach, Johannes, 1622-1674 
LoRME, Anton de, 17th century 
Lucas van Leyden, 1494-1533 
Maes, Nicolaes, 1632-1693 
Maris, Jacob, 1837-1899 
Maris, Matthys, 1839-1917 
Mauve, Anton, 1838-188S 
Memling, Hans, about 1430-1494 
Metsu, Gabriel, i63o?-i667 
Miereveld, M., 1567-1641 
MoLYN, Pieter de, the Elder, 1595- 

166 1 
Moor, Karel van, 1656-1738 
MuRANT, Emmanuel, 1622-about 

1700 
Mytfns, Daniel, about 1590-after 

1658 
Nason, Pieter, i6i2-after 1680 
Neer, Aert van der, 1603-1677 
Netscher, Caspar, 1639-1684 
Neuhuys, Albert, 1844-1914 
OsTADE, Adriaen van, 1610- 1685 
OsTADE, Isaac van, 1621-1649 
Ouens, Jurriaen, 1623-1678 
Poelenburgh, Cornells van, 1586- 

1667 
Ravesteyn, Jan van, i572?-i657 
Rembrandt van Ryn, 1606-1669 
RoESTRATEN, Pieter, 1630-1698 
Ruisdael, Jacob van, i628?-i682 
Ruysch, Rachel, 1664?- 1750 
RuYSDAEL, Salomon van, about 

1600-1670 
Slingeland, Pieter van, 1640-1691 
SoRGH, H. M., i6i!?-i670 
Steen, Jan, i626?-i679 
Stork, Abraham, about 1635-after 

1704 
Terborch, Gerard, 1617-1681 
Velde, Esaias van de, about 1590- 

1630 
Vermeer, Johannes, 1632-1675? 
Verschuur, Wouterus, 18 12-1874 
Vlieger, Simon de, 1601-1653 
Vosmaer, Jacob, i584?-i64i 
Vries, Adriaen de, 17th century 



350 



ARTISTS ARRANGED BY SCHOOLS 



Weenix, Jan, i640?-i7i9 
Weenix, Jan Baptist, 1621-1660 
Weissenbruch, Jan Hendrick, 

1 824- 1 903 
Werff, Adriaen van der, 1659-1722 
Wouwerman, Philips, 1619-1668 

FLEMISH SCHOOL 

Bloemen, Peeter van, 1657-1720 
Bosch, Hieronymus, 1462?-! 5 16 
Bouts, Dirk, about 1410-1475 
BoYERMANS, Theodor, 1620-1677 
Bruegel, Jan, the Elder, 1 568-1625 
Bruegel, Jan, the Younger, 1601- 

after 1677 
Bruegel, Pieter, the Younger, 

1564-1638 
Bruges Master of the Legend of 

Saint Ursula, late 15th century 
Cristus, Petrus, about 1400-after 

1472 
David, Gerard, i46o?-i523 
Fyt, Jan, 1611-1661 
Heere, Lucas de, 1 534-1 5S4 
HoECKE, Jan van den, 161 1-1651 
Hondecoeter, Gijsbert Gillesz. d', 

1604-1653 
HoREMANs, Jan Jozef, the Younger, 

1714-after 1790 
HuYSMANS, Cornelis, 1648-1727 
IsENBRANT, Adrian, ?-i557 
Janssens van Ceulen, Cornelis, 

1593-1664? 

JORDAENS, Jacob, I593-1678 

KoFFERMANs, MarcelHus, ?-i775 
Mabuse, Jan van, i470?-i54i 
Maitre de Flemalle (Robert Cam- 
pin), 15th century 
Massys, Ouentin, 1460?-! 530 
Meire, Gerard van der, about 

1427-after 1474 
Memling, Hans, about 1430-1494 
Meulen, Adam Frans van der, 

I 631?- I 690 
Neeffs, Pieter, the Elder, about 

1577-1657? 
Neeffs, Pieter, the Younger, 1620- 

after 1675 
Ni eulandt, Adriaen van, 1 587- 1 658 
OosT, Jakob van, the Elder, about 

1600-1671 
Orley, Bernard van, 1493?-1542 
Patinir, Joachim; about 1485-be- 

fore I 524 
Rubens, Peter Paul, 1577-1640 
Ryckaert, David, 111, 1612-1661 



Snyders, Frans, 1 579-1657 
Snyers, Pieter, 1681-1752 
Teniers, David, the Elder, 1582- 

1649 
Teniers, David, the Younger, 1610- 

1690 
liLBORCH, Gilles van, about 1625- 

1678? 
Van Dyck, Sir Anthony, 1599-1641 
Van Eyck, Jan, about 1380-1440 
Vos, Cornelis de, the Elder, about 

1585-1651 
Weyden, Roger van der, about 

I 400- 1 464 
Willaerts, Adam, 1577-1664 

FRENCH school 

Baca-Flor, Carlos, French-Peru- 
vian, 1869- 
Bargue, Charles, ? -1883 
Bastien-Lepage, Jules, 1848-1S84 
Benjamin-Constant, J. J., 1845- 

1902 
Berne-Bellecour, E. P.,1838-1910 
Bida, Alexander, 1813-1895 
Blanchard, Jacques, 1600-1638 
Blarenberghe, Henri Joseph van, 

1741-1826 
BoNHEUR, Franfois Auguste, 1824- 

1884 
BoNHEUR, Rosa, 1822-1899 
BoNNAT, Leon, 1833- 
BoNviN, Franfois, 181 7-1888 
Boucher, Francois, 1703-1770 
BouDiN, Eugene, 1824-1898 
Bouguereau, W. a., 1825-1905 
Breton, Jules, 1827-1906 
Brion, Gustave, 1824-1877 
Brov/n, John Lewis, 1829-1890 
Cabanel, Alexandre, 1823-1889 
Cazin, Jean Charles, 1841-1901 
Cezanne, Paul, 1839-1906 
Chaplin, Charles, 1825-1891 
Chardin, Jean. Baptiste Simeon, 

1699-1779 
Chavet, Victor, 1822- 1906 
Clairin, Jules, 1843- 
Claude Lorraine, 1600-1682 
CoMTE, Pierre Charles, 1823-1895 
CoNiNCK, Pierre de, 1828-1910 
Corneille de Lyon, -after 1576 
CoRNEiLLE, Claude, ? -about 1575 
Corot, J. B. C, 1 796-1875 
Cot, P. A., 183 7- 1883 
Courbet, Gustave, 1819-1877 
Couture, Ihomas, 1815-1879 



351 



APPENDIX 



CoYPEL, Noel Nicolas, 1692-1734 
Dagnan-Bouveret, p. A. J., 1852- 
Daubigny, Charles Franfois, 1817- 

1878 
Daumier, Honore, 1808-1879 
David, Jacques Louis, 1748-1825 
Dawant, a. p., about 1860- 
Decamps, Alexandre, 1803-1860 
Delacroix, Eugene, 1798-1863 
Delort, C, 1841-1895 
Desgoffe, Blaise, 1830-1901 
Detaille, Edouard, 1848-1912 
Devedeux, Louis, 1820-1875 
Diaz de la Pena, N. V., 1807-1876 
Dore, Gustave, 1833-1883 
DROUAis.Franfois Hubert, 1727-1 775 
DuEZ, Ernest Ange, 1843- 1896 
DuGHET, Gaspard, 1613-1675 
DuPLESsis, Joseph Silfrede, 1725- 

1802 
DuPRE, Jules, 181 1-1889 
DupRE, Julien, 1851-1910 
DuvERGER, Theophile, 1821-1901? 
Eksergian, Carnig (Armenian), 

1859- 
Escallier, Eleonore, ? -1888 
Fantin-Latour, Henri, 1836-1904 
FicHEL, Eugene, 1826-1895 
Firmin-Gerard, Marie Franfois, 

1838- 
Franjais, Franfois Louis, 1814- 

1897 
Frere, Charles Theodore, 1815- 

1888 
Frere, Pierre Edouard, 18 19-1886 
Fromentin, Eugene, 1820-1876 
Gericault, Jean Louis Andre Theo- 
dore, 1791-1824 
Gerome, Jean Leon, 1824- 1904 
Glaize, Leon, 1842- 
Greuze, Jean Baptiste, 1725-1805 
Grolleron, Paul, 1848-1901 
Hamon, Jean Louis, 1821-1874 
Harpignies, Henri, 1819-1916 
Hebert, Ernest, 1817-1908 
Henner, Jean Jacques, 1829-1905 
Ingres, Jean Auguste Dominique," 

1780-1867 
IsABEY, Eugene, 1803-1886 
Jacque, Charles, 1813-1894 
Jacquet, Gustave, 1846-1909 
Lambert, Eugene, 1825-1900 
Lambinet, Emile, 1815-1878 
Lami, Eugene, 1800-1890 
Largillie re, Nicholas de, 1656- 1 746 
Leclaire, Victor, 1830-1885 



Le Clerc, Jacques Sebastian, 1734 

1785 
Lefebvre, Jules, 1834-1912 
Legros, Alphonse, 1837-191 1 
Leloir, Louis, 1843-1884 
Leloir, Maurice, 1853- 
Le Nain, Antoine, i588?-i648 
Le Nain, Louis, i593?-i648 
Le Nain, Mathieu, i6o7?-i677 
Lerolle, Henry, 1851?- 
Le Roux, Hector, 1829-1900 
Lhermitte, Leon, 1844- 
Maignan, Albert, 1846-1908 
Manet, Edouard, 1832-1883 
Marchal, Charles, 1825-1877 
Marcke, Emile van, 1827-1890 
Meissonier, Jean Louis Ernest, 

1815-1891 
Merle, Hugues, 1823-1881 
Mesgrigny, Frank de, 1836-1884 
Michel, Georges, 1763-1843 
Millet, Jean Francois, 1814-1875 
Monchablon, Jan, 1854-1904 
Monet, Claude, 1840- 
MoNTiCELLi, Adolphe, 1824-1886 
Nattier, Jean Marc, 1685-1766 
Neuville, Alphonse de, 1836-1885 
OuDRY, Jacques Charles, 1720-1778 
OuDRY, Jean Baptiste, 1686-1755 
Pater, Jean Baptiste, 1695-1736 
Pelouse, Leon, 1838-1891 
PoussiN, Nicolas, 1593-1665 
Prudhon, Pierre, 1758-1823 
Puvis DE Chavannes, Pierre, 1824- 

1898 
Raffaelli, Jean Franfois, 1850- 
Regnault, Henri, 1843-1871 
Renoir, Auguste, 1841-1919 
Renouf, Emile, 1845-1894 
Robert, Hubert, 1733-1808 
Robert-Fleury, Tony, 1838-191 1 
Rousseau, Theodore, 1812-1867 
RoYBET, Ferdinand, 1840- 
ScHEFFER, Ary, 1795-1858 
Schenck, August F. A., 1828-1901 
TouLMOUCHE, Auguste, 1829-1890 
Trayer, Jules, 1824-1908? 
Troyon, Constant, 1810-1865 
Vernet, Carle, 1758-1836 
Vernet, Horace, 1789-1863 
ViBERT, J. G., 1840-1902 
Vollon, Antoine, 1833-1900 
Winterhalter, Franfois, 1806- 

1873 
Worms, Jules, 1832- 
ZiEM, Felix, 1821-191 1 



352 



ARTISTS ARRANGED BY SCHOOLS 



GERMAN SCHOOL 

AcHENBACH, Andreas, Diisseldorf, 

1815-1910 
AcHENBACH, Oswald, Diisseldorf, 

1 82 7- 1 90 5 
Apt, Ulrich, the Elder, 1 5th and 16th 

centuries 
Becker, Carl, 1820- 1900 
Beham, Barthel, 1 502-1 540 
Brozik, Vacslav von, Bohemian, 

1851-1901 
Cermak, Jaroslav, Hungarian, 

183 1-1878 
Cranach, Lucas, the Elder, Saxon, 

1472-1553 
Cranach, Lucas, the Younger, 

1 51 5-1 586 
Defregger, Franz von. Bavarian, 

i8>5- 
Dietrich, Christian W. E, 1712- 

•774 
Durer, Albrecht, 1471-1528 

Faber, Conrad, i6th century 

Graeb, Carl, 1816-1884 

Gysis, Nicolas, Greek, 1842-1901 

Habermann, Hugo von, 1849- 

Hans Maler zu Schwaz, Austrian, 

early 16th century 
Hennings, Johann Friedrich, 

Munich, 1839-1899 
Holbein, Hans, the Younger, 1497- 

1343 
Jettel, Eugene, Austrian, 1845- 

1901 
Kaulbach, Friedrich August von, 

1850- 
Kaulbach, Wilhelm von, 1805-1874 
Knaus, Ludwig, 1829-1910 
Leibl, Wilhelm, 1844-1900 
Lenbach, Franz von, 1836-1904 

LlEBERMANN, MaX, 1849- 

LiNDENScHMiT, Wilhelm, 1829-1895 
Makart, Hans, Austrian, 1840-1884 
Max, Gabriel, Austrian, 1840- 
Meyer, J. G. (Mever von Bremen), 

1813-1886 
MuNKACSY, Mihaly de, Hungarian, 

1 844- 1 900 
PiLOTY, Carl von, 1826- 1886 
Preyer, Emilie, 1849- 
Preyer, Johann Wilhelm, 1803-1889 
Ramberg, a. G. von, Austrian, 

18 19-1875 
Richter, Gustav, 1823-1884 
RiEFSTAHL, Wilhelm, 1827-1888 



Ring, Ludger tom, the younger, 
about 1530-1583? 

SCHRADER, Julius, 1815-I9OO 

Schreyer, Adolf, 1828-1899 
Seitz, Anton, 1829-1900 
Strigel, Bernhard, 1461-before 1 528 
Thoma, Hans, 1839- 
Traut, Wolf, ? -1520 
Trubner, Wilhelm, 1851- 
Uhde, Fritz von, 1848-191 1 
Velten, Wilhelm, 1847- 
VoLTz, Friedrich, 1817-1886 
ZiJGEL, Heinrich, 1850- 

italian school 

Angelico, Era Giovanni, Floren- 
tine, 1387-1455 
Antonello da Messina, Venetian, 

1430?- I 479? 
Baroccio, Federigo, Umbrian, 1528? 

-1612 
Bartolo di Fredi, Sienese, 1330- 

1410 
Bassano, Jacopo, Venetian, 1510- 

1592 
Bellini, Giovanni, Venetian, 1428? 

-1516 
Benvenuto di Giovanni, Sienese, 

1436-after 1517 
Bicci di Lorenzo, Florentine, 1373- 

1452 
BoLDiNi, Giovanni, 1844- 
BoTTicELLi, Florentine, i447?-i5io 
BoTTiciNi, Francesco, Florentine, 

1446-1497 
Bramantino, Milanese, 1450?-! 530? 
BRONziNO,Agnolo, Florentine, 1 502?- 

1572 
BuGiARDiNi, Giuliano, Florentine, 

I475-I554 
BuoNAVENTURA, Segna di, Sienese, 

Early 14th century 
BuTiNONE, Bernardino, Lombard, 

before 1436-after 1507 
Caliari, Carlo, Venetian, 1570- 

1596 
Canaletto, Venetian, 1697-1768 
Cariani, Venetian, about 1485-after 

1547 
Carpaccio, Vittore, Venetian, 1455? 

-1526? 
Catena, Vincenzo, Venetian, 1470?- 

1531? 
CiMA, Giovanni Battista, Venetian, 

i46o?-after 15 17 
CoRREGGio, Emelian, 1494-1534 



353 



APPENDIX 



Costa, Lorenzo, Ferrarese-Bolog- 

nese, 1460?-! 535 
Credi, Lorenzo di, Florentine, 1459- 

1537 
Crivelli, Carlo, Venetian, 1430?- 

after 1493 
Crivelli, Vittorio, N'enetian, late 

15th century 
FiORENzo Di Lorenzo, Umbrian, 

?-after 1 52 1 
Francia, Bolognese, 1448?-! 5 17 
Gaddi, Taddeo, Florentine, about 

1300-after 1366 
Garofalo, Ferrarese, 1481-1559 
GiAMBONO, Michele, Venetian, 15th 

century 
Giordano, Luca, Neapolitan, 1632- 

1705 
GioRGioNE, Venetian, 1478?-! 5 10? 
Giotto di Bondone, Florentine, 

1 266?- 1 3 36 
Giovanni da Milano, Florentine, 

14th century 
Giovanni di Paolo, Sienese, about 

1403-after 1482 
GozzoLi, Benozzo, Florentine, 1420- 

1498 
GuARDi, Francesco, Venetian, 1712- 

"793 
JoRis, Pio, 1843- 

LiPPi, Filippino, Florentine, 1457?- 

1504 
LiPPi, Fra Filippo, Florentine, 1406?- 

1469 
LoNGHi, Alessandro, Venetian, 1733- 

1813 
LoNGHi, Pietro, Venetian, 1702- 

after 1762 
LoRENZETTi, Pictro, Sienese, r- 

1348? 
Lorenzo di Niccolo, Florentine, 

1 3 70- 1 440 
Lorenzo il Monaco, Florentine, 

about 1370-1425 
Lotto, Lorenzo, Venetian, 1480?- 

1556 
Mainardi, Sebastiano, Florentine, 

about 1450-1513? 
Mancini, Antonio, 1852- 
Mantegna, Andrea, Paduan, 1431- 

1506 
Maratta, Carlo, Roman, 1625-1713 
Martini, Simone, Sienese, about 

1283-after 1344 
Matteo di Giovanni, Sienese, 

I 430?- I 495 



Montagna, Bartolomeo, Vicenzan, 

1 440?- 1 523 
Moretto da Brescia, 1498?-! 554? 
Moroni, Giovanni Battista, Bres- 

cian, about 1 525-1 578 
Pannini, Giovanni Paolo, Piacen- 

zan, 1691?- 1768? 
Pasini, Alberto, 1826-1899 
Pellegrino da San Daniele, 

Venetian, i473?-i547 
Perugino, Umbrian, 1446-1523 
Pesellino, Florentine, 1422-1457 
Piero di Cosimo, Florentine, 1462- 

152 1? 
Pietro di Domenicoda Montepul- 

ciANo, early 15th century 
Pietro di Domenico di Pietro, 

Sienese, 1457-1501 
PiNTURiccHio, Umbrian, 1454-1 5 13 
Pollaiuolo, Antonio, Florentine, 

1432?- 1498 
Predis, Ambrogio de, Milanese, 

about 1450-after 1506 
Raphael, 1483-1 520 
Recco, Giuseppe, Neapolitan, 1634- 

1695 
Reni, Guido, Bolognese, 1 575-1642 
Ricci, Sebastiano, Venetian, 1659?- 

1734 

Sano di Pietro di Menico, Sienese, 
1 406- 1 48 1 

Sassoferrato, Bolognese, 1605- 
1685 

Savoldo, Giovanni Girolamo, Bres- 
cian, about 1480-after i 548 

Sebastiano del Piombo, Venetian- 
Roman, about 1485-1547 

Sellaio, Jacopo del, Florentine, 
1442-1493 

SiMONETTi, Attilio, Contemporary 

SoDOMA, Sienese, 1477-1549 

Spagna, Lo, Giovanni di Pietro, 
Umbrian, 1 530? 

Spinello Aretino, Florentine, 
i333?-i4io 

Stefano, Tommaso di, Florentine, 
1496?- 1 564 

TiEPOLO, Giovanni Battista, Ven- 
etian, 1696-1770 

Tintoretto, Venetian, 1 5 1 8- 1 594 

Titian, Venetian, 1477?-; 576 

ToRBiDO, Francesco, Veronese, 
1486?-! 546? 

TuRA, Cosimo, Lombard, 1432?- 1495 

Veronese, Paolo, Venetian, 1528- 
1588 



354 



ARTISTS ARRANGED BY SCHOOLS 



Verrocchio, Andrea del, Florentine, 

1435-1488 
VoLTERRANO, Florentine, 1611-1698 



SPANISH SCHOOL 

Baixeras-Verdaguer, Dionisio, 

1862- ^ 
Borrassa, Luis, Catalonian, worked 

1390-1434 
Cerezo, Mateo, 1635-16715 
Domingo, Francisco, 1843- 
EscosuRA, Leon Y, 1834-1901 
Falero, Luis, 1851-1896 
FoRTUNY, Mariano, 1838-1874 
Goya, Francisco Jose, 1746-1828 
Greco, El, about 1 548-1614 
Madrazo, Raymundo de, 184 1- 
MuRiLLo, Bartolome Esteban, 1617- 

1682 



RiBERA, Jusepe de, 1588-1652? 
Rico, Martin, about 1850-1908 
Sanchez-Perrier, Emilio, Contem- 
porary 
SoROLLA Y Bastida, Joaquin, 1863- 
Velazquez, Diego, 1599-1660 
Vergos, Jaime, 11, Catalan, 15th 

century 
Villegas, Jose, 1848- 
Zamacois, Eduardo, 1842-1871 
ZuLOAGA, Ignacio, 1870- 
Zurbaran, Francisco de, 1598- 
1662 

SWEDISH school 

Hellquist, Carl Gustav, 1851- 

1890 
Wahlberg, Alfred, 1834-1906 
Zorn, Anders, i860- 



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A LIST OF PORTRAITS 

ARRANGED BY SUBJECTS 

Catalogue 
Numbers 

Adler, Felix; by Volk V88-2 

Altman, Benjamin; by Emmet Em6-2 

Anderson, Alexander; by Jarvis J291-2 

Angelo, Mrs.; by Reynolds R33~9 

Angerstein, John Julius; by Lawrence L43~4 

Anthony, Judge Joseph, Jr.; by Stuart St9-4 

Anthony, Mrs. Joseph; by Stuart St9-5 

Archinto, Filippo; by Titian T53-1 

Arnold, Mrs.; by Reynolds R33-5 

Arundel, Earl of, and his Grandson; by Van Dyck V28-5 

Avery, Samuel P.; by Madrazo M26-3 

Babbe, Hille; by Hals, the Younger H161-1 

Bache, Mrs.; by Hoppner H77-2 

Bacon, Edward R. ; by Zorn Z7-2 

Bacon, Mrs. Walter Rathbone, by Zorn Z7-1 

Baldwin, Mrs.; by Reynolds R33-6 

Baltasar Carlos; by School of Velazquez V54S-1 

Baring, Miss; by Lawrence L43-3 

Barnard, Mrs.; by Reynolds R33-10 

Becket, Thomas a; by Van Eyck, Jan V29-1 

Berkeley, Lady Mary; by Kneller K73-1 

BiNKES, Admiral Jacob; by Maes M261-2 

Bishop, Heber R.; by Bonnat B644-4 

Black, Dr. Joseph; by Raeburn R12-2 

Blair, Charles, with Fane; by Reynolds R33~2 

Bongo, Bartholomeo; by Moroni M823-1 

Bowers, Mrs. Mary Sherburne; by Copley ; C79-2 

Brady, James Topham; by Ames Am3i-i 

Brady, M. B.; by Elliott EI5-2 

Breval, Mile. Lucienne, as Carmen; by Zuloaga Z81-51 

Bunker, Mrs. Dennis M.; by Bunker. : B881-1 

Burroughs, Rev. Humphrey; by Gainsborough G12-2 

Carmencita; by Chase C38-2 

Charles I of England; by Mytens M991-1 

Charpentier, Madame, and her Children; by Renoir R291-1 

Chase, William M.; by Sargent Sa7-2 

Cheesborough, Margaret Sylvester; by Blackburn B56-3 

Child, Theodore; by Dannat D23-2 

Clay, Henry; by Morse M83-2 

Clement IX, Pope; by Maratta M32-1 

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LIST OF PORTRAITS 

Catalogue 

Numbers 

Clinton, De Witt; by Morse M83-1 

CoLLES, Christopher; American School Am3S-3 

Collins, Mrs. Alfred Q.; by Collins C69-1 

Columbus, Christopher; by Sebastiano Se2-i 

CoNANT, John A.; by Dunlap D92-1 

CoNANT, Mrs. John A. ; by Dunlap D92-2 

CoNDE, Princesse de, as Diana; by Nattier N2 i-i 

Cranmer, (?) Archbishop; School of Hans Holbein H69S-1 

Crewe, Lady; by Reynolds R33~3 

Cumberland, William Augustus, Duke of; by Reynolds R33-4 

CusHiNG, Mrs. Ethel; by Cushing C95-1 

Darley, Jane Sully, and son Francis; by Sully SU5-9 

De Christyn, Miss; School of Van Dyck V28S-r 

Dering, Mary Sylvester; by Blackburn B56-2 

Dering, Nicoll Havens ; by Huntington H92-6 

Dering, Thomas; by Blackburn B56-1 

Dering, Virginia; by Huntington H92-5 

D'Ognes. Mile. Charlotte du Val; by David D271-1 

Dou, Gerard; by Dou D741-1 

Drexel, Joseph W. ; by Lazarus . . L45-3 

Durazzo, Marchesa; by Van Dyck V28-6 

DuRET, Theodore; by Whistler. W57-7 

EcK, Leonardt von (or perhaps Johann Mayr von Eck); by Beham B393-1 

Elizabeth, Queen of England (?); by Heere H362-1 

Ellenborough, Lady; by Lawrence L43-1 

Elliott, Charles Loring; by Elliott EI5-1 

Elliott, Charles Loring; by Guy G99-1 

Elliott, Georgiana Augusta Frederica; by Reynolds R33~J i 

Emerson, Edwin; by Lenbach L542-1 

EsTE, Borso d'(?); by Tura(?) ; T84-1 

Fane, Hon. Henry; by Reynolds R33-2 

Farnham, Charles H.; by Irwin Ir9-i 

Favart, Mme.; by Drouais D831-2 

Field, Cyrus W.; by Huntington H92-2 

FiNLEY, John; by Sully SU5-2 

Fitzherbert, Mrs.; by Romney R661-1 

Flagg, Mrs. Montague; by Montague Flagg F59i-i 

Fletcher, Isaac D.; by Eksergian Ek7"i 

Forsyth, William; by Raeburn R12-1 

Foster, Charles; by Flagg F591-2 

Francis, Dr. John Wakefield; by Leslie L562-1 

Franklin, Benjamin; by Duplessis D921-1 

FuGGER, Ulrich; by Hans Maler zu Schwaz H19-1 

Gainsborough, Margaret; by Gainsborough G12-5 

Gallatin, Albert; by Sharpless Sh2-i 

Gallatin, Albert; by Stuart St9-9 

Gansevcort, Leonard ; by Stuart St9-53 

Gansevoort, Gen'l. Peter; by Stuart St9-52 

Gardiner, Mrs. and her children; by Hoppner H77-3 

Gasper, Caleb; by Elliott EI5-3 

Gautreau, Mme. ; by Sargent Sa7-i7 

George, Henry; Ijy Brush B834-2 

Gifford, Sandford R.; by Eastman Johnson J631-1 

Gilchrist, Connie; by Whistler W57-5 

Gonzaga, Federigo; by Francia F844-1 

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APPENDIX 

Catalogue 
Numbers 

Green, Mary Storer; by Copley C79-1 

Greenleaf, Rev. Daniel; by Copley C79-51 

Greenleaf, Mrs. Mary Brown; by Blackburn B56-5 1 

Greenleaf, Priscilla Brown; by Blackburn B56-53 

Greenleaf, William; by Blackburn B56-52 

Grey, Lady Jane(?); British School BryyS-b 

Grimes, John; by Jouett J82-1 

Griswold, Mrs. James Clinton; by Elliott EI5-4 

GwYNN, William; by Sully SU5-1 

GwYNNE, Nell; by Lely L533-3 

Hamilton, Alexander; by Trumbull T77-1 

Hamilton, Lady; by Opie Op3-i 

Hamilton, Lady, as Daphne; by Romney R661-2 

Hare, Master (Infancy); by Reynolds R33-8 

Haring, Thomas Jacobz(?); by Rembrandt R28-10 

Harlow, George H.; by Harlow H22-1 

Hawksworth, John; copy after Reynolds R33C-1 

Healy, G. p. a.; by Healy H34-1 

Hearn, Arthur Hoppock; by Jongers J73-2 

Hearn, George A.; by Wiles W64-2 

Hertenstein, Benedikt von (?); by Holbein H69-1 

Hicks, Mrs. Angle King; by Hicks . : H52-1 

Hughes, Sir Edward; by Reynolds R33-' 

Humboldt, Baron Alexander von; by Schrader Sch6i-i 

Huntington, William Henry; by Walter Gay G251-2 

Ingersoll, Josiah; by Sharpless Sh2-2 

Inman, Henry; by Lazarus L45-1 

Ireton, General (?); by Robert Walker W152-1 

Irving, Sir Henry, as Philip II of Spain; by Whistler W57-4 

Israels, Jozef; by Florian F66-1 

Jackson, General Andrew; by Waldo W14-2 

James VI of Scotland as a child; British School Br77S-5 

Jaudenes, Josef de; by Stuart St9-6 

Jaudenes, Matilde Stoughton de; by Stuart 519-7 

Johnston, John Taylor; by Bonnat B644-1 

Jones, Inigo, with Fane; by Reynolds R33~2 

Joseph II, Emperor of Austria; by Drouais D831-1 

Kellogg, Edward; by Waldo and Jewett W141-2 

Kellogg, Mrs. Edward; by Waldo and Jewett W141-3 

Kennedy, Edward G.; by Whistler W57-3 

Kensett, John F.; by Baker B17-1 

Kyle, Joseph; by Kyle K98-2 

Leblanc, M.; by Ingres In4i-i 

Le BLANC, Mme.; by Ingres In4i-2 

Lee, Lady (Margaret Wyatt) ; by Holbein H69-3 

Lennox, James Stuart, Duke of; by Van Dyck V28-1 

Le Roy, Arnold; by Van Dyck V28-4 

Lilburne, John (?) ; Flemish School FI62S-6 

Lincoln, Abraham; by Hunt H91-52 

Ludlow, Gabriel; by J. R. Smith Sm6-i 

McCarthy, Lilah; by Charles Shannon Shi-51 

McClellan, Major-General George B.; by Wentworth W48-1 

McCosH, Dr. James; by Conant C74-i 

Macready, William C; by Inman ln5-3 

Male, Jean Van; by Heist H364-3 

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LIST OF PORTRAITS 

Catalogue 
Numbers 

Mariana of Austria; School of Velazquez V54S-3 

Mark Twain, Samuel L. Clemens; by Flaggi F59-' 

Marquand, Henry G.; by Sargent Say-i 

Marshall, Mrs.; by Marshall M35-1 

Martinez, Don Sebastian; by Goya G74-3 

Mary, Queen of Scots; British School BryyS-j 

Matthews, Mrs. Katherine; by Sully SU5-5 

Mazarin, Duchesse de; French School Fr88S-i 

Medici, Cosimo de'; by Bronzino B78-1 

Morgan, J. Pierpont; by Baca-Flor B12-1 

Murray, Alexander S.; by Story Styi-i 

O'Connell, Daniel; by Shee Sh3-i 

Olivares, Count; School of Velazquez V54S-4 

Orpen, William; by Orpen Ory-i 

Pennicott, Reverend William; by Lawrence L43~2 

Philip IV of Spain; by Velazquez V54-2 

PoLiGNAC, Vicomtesse de; by Nattier N2 1-2 

PoPHAM, Colonel William; by Linen L641-1 

PoRTiNARi, Marie; by Memling M51-3 

Portinari, Thomas; by Memling M$i-2 

Prime, William C. ; by Huntington H92-3 

PuLHAM, Mrs.; by Constable C762-2 

Putnam, George P.; by Ryder R971-1 

Rawle, Miss; by Stone St6-i 

Rea, Alexander; by Samuel Drummond D84-1 

Reid, Mrs., in the Character of a Sultana; by Pine P65-1 

Re.mbrandt; by Rembrandt R28-12 

Reynolds, Elizabeth; by Reynolds R33-12 

Rice, Captain Henry; by Stuart St9-3 

Rich, Lady; by Holbein H69-2 

Rodin, Auguste; by MacCameron M 12-2 

Romney, George; by Romney R661-4 

RoTHENSTEiN, William; by Rothenstein R74~i 

Rotterdam, Eugenie, Betrothed of Admiral Binkes; by Maes . . . .M261-3 

RowsE, Samuel W.; by Eastman Johnson J631-2 

Rutherfurd, Robert W.; by Eastman Johnson J631-2 

Saint Gaudens, Augustus; by Cox C833-1 

Saint Gaudens, Augustus; by Emmet Em6-i 

Scott, General Winfield; by Robert W. Weir W432-1 

Sears, David; by Stuart St9-i 

SiDELL, John A.; by Vanderlyn V278-1 

SoROLLA, Clotilde de; by Sorolla S061-3 

Smith, Rev. William; by Copley C79-52 

Sparrow, Miss; by Gainsborough G12-6 

Spring, Rev. Gardner; by Waldo and Jewett W141-1 

Stoffels, Hendrickje; by Rembrandt R28-9 

Story, George H.; by Story St7i-2 

Stuart, James; by Van Dyck V28-1 

Sully, Mrs. Thomas; by Thomas Sully SU5-6 

Sully, Rosalie; by Thomas Sully SU5-8 

Sully, Thomas; by Sully SU5-3 

Sumner, Charles; by Hunt , H91-51 

Temple, Sir William; by Lely :L533-2 

Terry, Ellen, as Portia; by Millais M61-1 

Thomas, Mrs. S. Seymour; by S. Seymour Thomas T361-1 

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Appendix 

Catalogue 
Numbers 

Thorigny, Marie Marguerite Lambert de; by Largilliere L32-1 

TicKELL, Hon. Mrs.; by Romney R661-3 

Titus, son of Rembrandt; by Rembrandt R28-8 

TowNSHEND, Lady; by Janssens van Ceulen J262-2 

Uffel, Lucas van; by Van Dyck V28-7 

Van Buren, Martin; by Inman In5-i 

Vanderlyn, John; by Vanderlyn V278-2 

Van Rensselaer, Gen. Stephen; by Stuart St9-5i 

Van Schaick, Catherine; by Ames Am3 1-5 1 

Veen, Jacob Willemz van; by Heemskerck H361-1 

Velazquez; School of Velazquez V54S-2 

Victoria, Queen; by Sully SU5-7 

Walsh, Captain John; by Neagle N24-1 

Washington, George; by Peale P3 1-2 

Washington, George; by Stuart St9-2 

Washington; by Stuart (Gibbs-Channing-Avery) Stg-S 

Whistler, James A. McNeill; by Chase C38-6 

Whitman, Walt; by Alexander AI2-1 

Whittredge, Worthington; by Leutze L57-2 

WiDMANN, Count Carlo Aurelis; by Alessandro Longhi L86-1 

Wiles, Lemuel Maynard; by Irving R. Wiles W64-1 

WiLLETT, Colonel Marinus; American School Am3S-2 

Willett, Wife and Child of Colonel Marinus Willett; by Vanderlyn V278-3 

Williams, Lady; by Earle Ea7-i 

WoFFiNGTON, Peg; by Hogarth H67-1 

Wolfe, Catharine Lorillard; by Cabanel '. Ci i-i 

Wolfe, John David; by Huntington H92-1 

Wyatt, Margaret, Lady Lee; by Holbein H69-3 

Wyndham, Lady Elizabeth; by Lawrence L43-5 

Yates, Mrs. ; by Reynolds R33-5 • 

York, H. R. H., Duke of; by Beechey B39-1 



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CLASSIFICATION OF PAINTINGS 

BY GALLERIES 
GIVING THE GENERAL CHARACTER OF EACH 

II. The Marquand Gallery, important works of various 

schools. 

American paintings, modern. 

American paintings. The George A. Hearn Collection. 

European paintings, chiefly eighteenth century British. 

The George A. Hearn Collection. 

American paintings, early. 

European paintings, nineteenth century. The Cath- 
arine Lorillard Wolfe Collection. 

European paintings, modern. 

French paintings, eighteenth century. 

French paintings, modern. 

British paintings, eighteenth century. 

Drawings. 

Dutch paintings, seventeenth century. 

Flemish paintings, seventeenth century. 

Spanish paintings, seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. 

Italian paintings, sixteenth to eighteenth century. 

Italian paintings, fourteenth to sixteenth century. 

Flemish and German paintings, fifteenth and sixteenth 

centuries. 
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